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Wakizashi - Shinano no Kami Minamoto Kanesada

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Wakizashi - Shinano no Kami Minamoto Kanesada
End of 17th Century - Mino - Seki

Total Weight
0.772 kg
Weight without Saya
0.642 kg
Blade Weight
0.451 kg
Full length
Naked Blade (Toshin)
65.9 cm
Nagasa
50.6 cm
Tsuka Length
16.75 cm
Sori (curvature)
1.45 cm
Kissaki Length2.9 cm
Moto Haba
2.7 cm
Saki Haba
1.85 cm
Moto Kasane
            A= 0.62 cm
            B = 0.65 cm
Mesures Moto & Saki Kasane
Saki Kasane
            A= 0.42 cm
            B = 0.42 cm
Curvature
Torii zori (Central Curvature)
Type Kissaki
Chū Kissaki (Medium length)
Blade Structure
Shinogi zukuri (diamond shaped)
Mune
Iori mune (Triangular)
Hamon
Midare / Notare in Midareba - Hataraki, Sunagashi, Uchinoki and Niiuba
Hada
Itame / Masame
Boshi
Kaen Boshi
Nakago
Signed "Shinano no Kami Minamoto Kanesada" on the Omote. Futsu gata shape, End in Ha Agari Kurijiri. Only 1 Mekugi Ana, Yasurime " Taka Natta" (Hawk Feather)
Saya
Saya 129g for 54.5cm length made in Magnolia with Kuroishime.
Koiguchi and Kurigata in horn, Kojiri missing (Saya is splitted and Koiguchi damaged). Place for Kogatana.
Tsuka
&
Tosogu

(Tsuba,
Menuki,
Fuchi Kashira)
- Habaki 19g copper covered with golden sheet, double habaki shaped, upper half is naked, the lower half with nekogaki (cat claws), 2.4cm height

- Seppa : 3 copper seppa, a total weight of 12g, 2 with carved edges, 1 with rounded edges.

- Tsuba : 74g, wi Kozuka Ana and Sekigane. Chrysanthemum  pattern, copper and points gilded in golden nails. Size : 6.87 x 6.4 x 0.3cm

- Menuki : Copper, with dragons

- Fuchi Kashira : Fuchi in skated copper, with gilded pattern of branches and flowers from plum trees. Kashira in skated copper with owls on a branch and "Kakine" (protective banners for sacred places)

- Tsuka Ito : Silk in Azuki Color (red japanese bean)

- Same : Ancient white, in one piece, some beads are missing.
Study
&
Team Review
Nice blade with an interesting Hamon. The mounting is a little "weary", Blade with some osydation marks left. Nice study piece, to be renovated.



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