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Menuki of snowflakes from one of the greats in kinko work, Kano Natsuo. He lived through the opening up of Japan to the west and saw the transition all of the kinko workers had to make going from sword fittings to making wares for Western Trade. He Learned Trade through his Apprenticeship to Aoka Harutsura. He Worked from 1850-1895. https://www.facebook.com/marcuschambersmetalarts/photos_stream

Menuki of snowflakes from one of the greats in kinko work, Kano Natsuo. He lived through the opening up of Japan to the west and saw the transition all of the kinko workers had to make going from sword fittings to making wares for Western Trade. He Learned Trade through his Apprenticeship to Aoka Harutsura. He Worked from 1850-1895. https://www.facebook.com/marcuschambersmetalarts/photos_stream

Tsuba

A Greene & Greene design element based on the Japanese sword hilt (tsuba).

Kozuka with a Carp Ascending a Waterfall. The Kozuka is the handle that holds the small blade called a Kogatana. Japan

Kozuka showing Carp Ascending a Waterfall:: A sign of perseverance, carp are felicitous symbols in Japanese culture. Kogatana is a small utility knife that fits in a pocket on the saya. The kozuka is the decorative handle for the kogatana.

Kano Natsuo (1828-1898) A fine silver incnese container (kogo) inset with a circular shibuichi panel carved in katakiri-bori and inlaid in ...

Kano Natsuo A fine silver incnese container (kogo) inset with a circular shibuichi panel carved in katakiri-bori and inlaid in .

Kano Natsuo's blooming peony design for an iron 19th-century tsuba (sword guard)

The Edo samurai knew how to look sharp

Kano Natsuo's blooming peony design for an iron tsuba (sword guard)

TSUBA | File:Kano Natsuo - Tsuba with a Carp Leaping Out of Water - Walters ...

Tsuba with a Carp Leaping Out of Water

Kano Natsuo - Nihonto.ca

Antique Japanese Sword for sale by Kano Natsuo.

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