Haynes & Long
TSUBA ON SALE!

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Please Note: The 2020 SF TOKEN KAI has been CANCELLED.
All tsuba listed will be further discounted to arouse attention.
Don't miss this final oportunity!



Green = Web Site Selling price
ON SALE COST TO YOU

SUKASHI    $400.00   $200.00
6.98cm x 6.52cm x 0.47cm

'NAGOYA TSUNETOMO'  
  $650.00   $400.00
7.69cm x 7.54cm.
SHOAMI   
$650.00  $400.00
7.3cm x 6.8cm x 4.5mm
BUSHU JU MASAMITSU  and Kao
$800.00   $400.00
Mei reads 'BUSHU JU MASAMITSU'. There were a number of Masamitsu artists that worked in Bushu, which one made this is unknown. The Kao is unrecorded." (Long)
6.15cm x 6.80cm x 0.40cm
CHOSHU TOUSEN Tsuba  
  $700.00   $400.00
7.70cm x 8.20cm x 0.32cm
'MYOCHIN'   $750.00    $300.00
7.55cm x 7.65cm x 0.50cm
KO-SHOAMI   
$900.00   $400.00

7.90cm x 8.15cm x 0.45cm
KINKO    $300.00   $200.00
"A suaka (solid copper) tsuba with shakudo fukurin." (Long)
5.20cm x 4.50cm x 0.40cm
MACHIBORI $450.00   $200.00
"A brass diamond shape (otafuka) tanto-sized tsuba with a well carved symetrical design of two dragons chasing a jewel. This suggests a theme of Qing Sino-Tibetan design. Dating to late Edo period.

History tells us this design originated in ancient Mesopotamia, and repeated on 6th century Silk Road textiles from Central Asia. Now described as KANTON tsuba, which designates goods imported to Japan by Cantonese merchants in Nagasaki." (Long)
5.60cm x 6.15cm x 0.35cm (seppa) x 0.75cm (rim)



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