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Temple Door with Peacocks. Gilded and polychromed wood with brocade lining.  17th century (Edo), Japan.  Originally from Honnon ji, Japan

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Temple Door with Peacocks. Gilded and polychromed wood with brocade lining.  17th century (Edo), Japan.  Originally from Honnon ji, Japan

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Bonsai Cypress ‘forest’

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Bonsai Cypress ‘forest’

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Rustic, large Japanese woven bamboo ikebana basket or hanakago, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912. Image via Pinterest

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Rustic, large Japanese woven bamboo ikebana basket or hanakago, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912. Image via Pinterest

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Kamon, Japanese “coat of arms” for different families.  Japanese coat of arms, Kamon 家紋
 by Emmi Jormalainen

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Kamon, Japanese “coat of arms” for different families.  Japanese coat of arms, Kamon 家紋

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A set of ten articulated soft-metal insects  Early 20th century, Japan, nine signed Kozan (Takase Kozan; 1869-1934) with cursive monogram (kao), one grasshopper signed Muneyoshi (Tanaka Tadayoshi; ?-1958) Each insect constructed of numerous hammered parts jointed together with movable wings, limbs or antennae, each finely detailed and patinated in silver, shibuichi, shakudo and/or copper; signature on body The largest (dragonfly): 4in. (10.2cm.) long, the smallest (bee): 2in. (5.1cm.) long  With original padded wood box sewn with cords to secure the ten insects (10).  Christies

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A set of ten articulated soft-metal insects 
Early 20th century, Japan, nine signed Kozan (Takase Kozan; 1869-1934) with cursive monogram (kao), one grasshopper signed Muneyoshi (Tanaka Tadayoshi; ?-1958)
Each insect constructed of numerous hammered parts jointed together with movable wings, limbs or antennae, each finely detailed and patinated in silver, shibuichi, shakudo and/or copper; signature on body
The largest (dragonfly): 4in. (10.2cm.) long, the smallest (bee): 2in. (5.1cm.) long 
With original padded wood box sewn with cords to secure the ten insects (10).  Christies

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"Tsuba (sword guard) with Insects in Autumn Grass

The open work design on this tsuba is of pampas grass. At the bottom, beneath the central opening, is a cricket. At the upper right is a moth. 18th century, Japan”

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"Tsuba (sword guard) with Insects in Autumn Grass

The open work design on this tsuba is of pampas grass. At the bottom, beneath the central opening, is a cricket. At the upper right is a moth. 18th century, Japan”

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Tsuba (sword guard) with design of snake, Japan, Edo period, mid-19th century, Seki Yoshinori. MFA

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Tsuba (sword guard) with design of snake, Japan, Edo period, mid-19th century, Seki Yoshinori. MFA

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Samurai accessories:  Japanese Katana pieces, tsuba, etc.  About first half 19th century, Japan.  Images via Pinterest

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Arrowhead used on a Kyudo arrow.  Japan 

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Arrowhead used on a Kyudo arrow.  Japan 

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Yajiri (yanone), the arrowhead of the Japanese (samurai) war arrow

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Yajiri (yanone), the arrowhead of the Japanese (samurai) war arrow

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Kari-Ebira - Japanese quiver and arrows. Mid-19th century, Japan

Kari ebira or black-lacquered quiver. It is adorned with a dragonfly and a maru ni ki no ji style mon from the the Aoki, Kimura and Takagi families. It is decorated with the hiramakie and takamakie techniques.
It comes with seven orange lacquered arrows fitted with war arrow heads.

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Kari-Ebira - Japanese quiver and arrows. Mid-19th century, Japan

Kari ebira or black-lacquered quiver. It is adorned with a dragonfly and a maru ni ki no ji style mon from the the Aoki, Kimura and Takagi families. It is decorated with the hiramakie and takamakie techniques.

It comes with seven orange lacquered arrows fitted with war arrow heads.

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A russet iron somen (full face mask) Edo period, 19th century, Japan

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A russet iron somen (full face mask) Edo period, 19th century, Japan

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Mask Inscribed by Myochin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) Date: dated 1713 Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron

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Mask Inscribed by Myochin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) Date: dated 1713 Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron

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Mask Inscribed by Myōchin Muneakira, Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) 

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Mask Inscribed by Myōchin Muneakira, Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) 

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Gold lacquered Samurai helmet and half mask featuring a gingko leaf-shaped crest Japan 17th - 18th century CE. The gingko leaf is a symbol of longevity. Armor in the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection of Japanese Samurai Armor photographed at the Portland Art Museum

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Gold lacquered Samurai helmet and half mask featuring a gingko leaf-shaped crest Japan 17th - 18th century CE. The gingko leaf is a symbol of longevity. Armor in the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection of Japanese Samurai Armor photographed at the Portland Art Museum