Kari ebira with four arrows, 19th century, embossed leather decorated with paulownia vines in gold lacquer in a black-lacquered wood frame, the mounts in silver, the interior in red lacquer, the upright frame nashiji, fitted with tasseled silk cord and woven rattan tsurumaki (string holder),  four fletched arrows with bamboo shafts and iron arrowheads 37 1/2in (95.3cm) high, including arrows

Kari ebira with four arrows, 19th century, embossed leather decorated with paulownia vines in gold lacquer in a black-lacquered wood frame, the mounts in silver, the interior in red lacquer, the upright frame nashiji, fitted with tasseled silk cord and woven rattan tsurumaki (string holder), four fletched arrows with bamboo shafts and iron arrowheads 37 1/2in (95.3cm) high, including arrows

Utsubo type yebira.

Utsubo type yebira.

Bow Hunters, Gaston Phoebus, Livre de Chasse 1405 - a treatise on Medieval hunting. Held at the Bibliotheque Nationale de France. Note the arrow heads in use.

Bow Hunters, Gaston Phoebus, Livre de Chasse 1405 - a treatise on Medieval hunting. Held at the Bibliotheque Nationale de France. Note the arrow heads in use.

Une armure du clan Matsudaira pour le Musée Guimet

Une armure du clan Matsudaira pour le Musée Guimet

A RARE TURKISH BOW, QUIVER AND SIX ARROWS, SECOND HALF OF THE 17TH CENTURY

A RARE TURKISH BOW, QUIVER AND SIX ARROWS, SECOND HALF OF THE 17TH CENTURY

arrows

arrows

virtual-artifacts: Tsuba with design of geese in flight Japanese, Meiji era, 1883

virtual-artifacts: Tsuba with design of geese in flight Japanese, Meiji era, 1883

The tanto blade, from the early 14th century, is inscribed with the Sanskrit character presenting the Buddhist deity Fudô Myô-ô. It is mounted in a 19th-century scabbard decorated with butterflies on lacquer and metalwork depicting peonies. Some of the metal fittings are signed Toshitsugu.

The tanto blade, from the early 14th century, is inscribed with the Sanskrit character presenting the Buddhist deity Fudô Myô-ô. It is mounted in a 19th-century scabbard decorated with butterflies on lacquer and metalwork depicting peonies. Some of the metal fittings are signed Toshitsugu.

Japanese samurai armor

Japanese samurai armor

Shiko yebira, a type of quiver with ya (arrows).

Shiko yebira, a type of quiver with ya (arrows).

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