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Fuchi-kashira with designs of millet-heads  Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century  By Araki Tomei, Japanese, 1817–1870  School Ichijô School, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; surface treatment: nanako-ji; other metals: gold and copper; decorative technique: iroe takazogan, MFA

Fuchi-kashira with designs of millet-heads Japanese Edo period century Araki Tomei (Japanese, School Ichijô School (Japanese)

Fuchi-kashira with designs of crow, egrets and branches  Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century, Main material: shakudo (?); surface treatment: nanako-ji and gilt; other metals: gold and copper; decorative technique: hirazogan, MFA

Fuchi-kashira with designs of crow, egrets and branches Japanese, Edo Period…

Fuchi-kashira with designs of monkeys and biwa fruit Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century By Yabu Tsuneyo, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, copper and shibuichi; decorative technique: iroe takazogan, MFA

Fuchi-kashira with designs of monkeys and biwa fruit Japanese, Edo Period…

Fuchi-kashira with designs of seated Chinese ruler and attendants under a pine tree, and mounted Chinese and attendants hawking. Edo period mid-late 18th century - Ayanokoji Nagamine (Japanese, mid-18th century), Sôten School http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/fuchi-kashira-with-designs-of-seated-chinese-ruler-and-attendants-under-a-pine-tree-and-mounted-chinese-and-attendants-hawking-12445

Fuchi-kashira with designs of seated Chinese ruler and attendants under a pine tree, and mounted Chinese and attendants hawking

Fuchi-kashira with designs of rats, basket, broom and umbrella  Japanese, Edo Period, mid to late 19th century  By Ichinomiya Nagatsune, Japanese, 1722–1787  School Ichinomiya School, Japanese, MFA

Fuchi-kashira with designs of rats, basket, broom and umbrella

Fuchi-kashira with designs of Watanabe no Tsuna attacked by the Rashomon demon, and a tree and stream. Edo period early to mid-19th century - Nara Toshinaga (Japanese, 1667–1736) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/fuchi-kashira-with-designs-of-watanabe-no-tsuna-attacked-by-the-rashomon-demon-and-a-tree-and-stream-15910

Fuchi-kashira with designs of Watanabe no Tsuna attacked by the Rashomon demon, and a tree and stream

Fuchi-kashira with designs of wasp, butterfly and grasshopper. Japanese Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century - Kanaya Gorosaburo IX, Shoami School http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/fuchi-kashira-with-designs-of-wasp-butterfly-and-grasshopper-12410

Fuchi-kashira with designs of wasp, butterfly and grasshopper

Fuchi-kashira with designs of the Six Immortals of Poetry (Rokkasen) Edo period Late 18th–early 19th century - Hamano Naoyuki (Japanese, born in 1754) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/fuchi-kashira-with-designs-of-the-six-immortals-of-poetry-rokkasen-12463

Fuchi-kashira with designs of the Six Immortals of Poetry (Rokkasen) Edo period…

Kashira with design of waterboatman (amenbo) and ripples  Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century, Main material: shibuichi; other metals: shakudo; decorative technique: engraving, zogan, MFA

virtual-artifacts: “Kashira with design of waterboatman (amenbo) and ripples Japanese Edo period early to century ”

Fuchi-kashira with designs of tigers and waves. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century - Takeda Nobutoshi (Japanese, born in 1834), Ito School http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/fuchi-kashira-with-designs-of-tigers-and-waves-12471

Fuchi-kashira with designs of tigers and waves Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late century By Takeda Nobutoshi, Japanese, born in MFA

Fuchi-kashira with designs of a temple servant of the Todaiji Temple, and part of the Nandaimon Gate  Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century  Yoshitada, Japanese, MFA

Fuchi-kashira with designs of a temple servant of the Todaiji Temple, and part of the Nandaimon Gate

Fuchi-kashira with designs of Gentoku (Xuande) crossing the Sandalwood Valley (Dankei, Tanxi) from the Sangokushi (Sanguozhi) Edo period mid-late 18th century - Ômori Teruhide (Japanese, 1730–1798) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/fuchi-kashira-with-designs-of-gentoku-xuande-crossing-the-sandalwood-valley-dankei-tanxi-from-the-sangokushi-sanguozhi-12490

Fuchi-kashira with designs of Gentoku (Xuande) crossing the Sandalwood Valley (Dankei, Tanxi) from the Sangokushi (Sanguozhi)

Ottoman yataghan from the Court of Suleyman the Magnificent, 16th c, workshop of Ahmed Tekelü (possibly Iranian, active Istanbul, ca. 1520–30), steel, walrus ivory, gold, silver, rubies, turquoise, pearls, gold incrustation on the blade depicts combat between a dragon and a phoenix, gold-inlaid cloud bands and foliate scrolls on the ivory grips, one of the earliest known yatagans, L. 23 3/8 in. (59.3 cm); blade L. 18 3/8 in. (46.66 cm), Met Museum.

Ottoman yataghan from the Court of Suleyman the Magnificent, c, workshop of…

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