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Late Muromachi period Tanto tsuba Steep hillside with a lot of pine trees carved on Shakudo plate with gold color.

Koi carp tsuba from 1615-1868 Japan. Iron, copper-gold alloy (shakudō) with gold and copper inlay.

Sword guard (tsuba) in the shape of a dancing crane. By Hayashi Matashichi (1613–1699) Japan, Edo period (1615–1868) Iron openwork with gold inlay. Eisei-Bunko Museum, 1794 © Eisei Bunko, Japan.

Tsuba en fer marugata sukashi.

An ivory netsuke of a monkey. By Masamitsu, 19th century. Photo Bonhams

A Shibayama-style inlaid gold lacquer tsuba by Shingetsu, Meiji Period. Shibayama-style.

A Large Presentation Tsuba Signed with a kao and dated Mannen gan kanoe saru chushun [mid-spring 1860], Edo Period (19th century) The square copper plate with indented corners carved, hammered and engraved, and inlaid in copper and gilt takazogan with the 'Three Sake Tasters' around a large sake pot, the reverse with a hanging scroll signed Kazan 10.2cm. high