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Segunda Parte de esta hermosa Exposición de armaduras japonesas

Segunda Parte de esta hermosa Exposición de armaduras japonesas

Gabriel Barbier-Mueller bought his first samurai armor about 20 years ago from an antiques dealer in Paris, sparking a fascination that helped him create o

Samurai stash rivals top collections

Samurai armor from Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller collection

朧月象ヲ也 Oboro Tsukiyou o Nari

Omodaka Odoshi Tachi Do Gusoku. Late Edo century Thirty two plate russet iron hoshi bachi with large hoshi fitted with an O-manju Jikoro of four lames, the upper three turned back at the.

Gusoku with Ni-mai Okegawa Hishinui Do. Momoyama-Edo period, 17th century Helmet by Iehisa. comprising a good sixteen-plate russet-iron hoshi kabuto with large standing rivets, each with “star" bosses and finished with a four-stage shakudo and gilt-copper tehen kanamono, the mabizashi banded with gilt-copper fukurin carved with floral scroll, the helmet fitted with a three-lame lacquered iron shikoro.

Bonhams 1793 : A fine armor with a ni-mai okegawa hishinui do Helmet by Iehisa, Momoyama-Edo period, century

Inspiration

As far back as the seventh century Japanese warriors wore a form of lamellar…

Gusoku. Kabuto in the form of a shell. Edo Period, 17th century. 白糸威二枚胴具足_兜小具足付 時代:	江戸時代_17c -Tokyo National Museum-

Gusoku. Kabuto in the form of a shell. Edo Period, 17th century. 白糸威二枚胴具足_兜小具足付 時代: 江戸時代_17c -Tokyo National Museum-

From left to right (in the first photo): Armor of the Tachido type (Late Edo period), Armor of the Tatehagido type (Early Edo period), and Armor of the Yokohagido type (Early to mid-Edo period). Part of the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller collection, on display until August 4th at the MFA.

gregjw: “ From left to right (in the first photo): Armor of the Tachido type (Late Edo period), Armor of the Tatehagido type (Early Edo period), and Armor of the Yokohagido type (Early to mid-Edo.

The Hachisuka clan (蜂須賀氏 Hachisuka-shi?) are descendants of Emperor Seiwa (850-880) and are a branch of the Ashikaga clan and the Shiba clan (Seiwa Genji).

The Hachisuka clan (蜂須賀氏 Hachisuka-shi?) are descendants of Emperor Seiwa and are a branch of the Ashikaga clan and the Shiba clan (Seiwa Genji).

鎧の光山堂 / 紺糸威鉄地板札二枚胴具足

鎧の光山堂 / 紺糸威鉄地板札二枚胴具足

OKEGAWA, GOMAÏDO GUSOKU | Neko-Gaki

OKEGAWA, GOMAÏDO GUSOKU | Neko-Gaki

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