New Item: Late Edo era Shinshinto, No Mei,a light Iaito with a New Tsuka & Kanagu for sale | Giheiya Japan

New Item: Late Edo era Shinshinto, No Mei,a light Iaito with a New Tsuka & Kanagu for sale | Giheiya Japan

Item No.01-1298


Late Edo era Shinshinto, No Mei
Very light Iaito with a New Tsuka & Kanagu


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<Swordsmith and sword feature>
We have converted this Mumei(no signature) Shinshinto into a very light, well balanced Iaito by fitting a new Tsuka with a classy Kanagu set(worth over 100,000yen).
Tightly fitted and adjusted by Giheiya, it is a very reasonable Iai Shinken for practitioners.

<Appearance>
It has an ordinary blade weight and a width, Shinogi-zukuri, Iori-mune. The curve is Toriizori style and the blade top is Nakamine.
There are Katachiri Bohi(thick groove which extends to shinogi,leaves flat space only on Mune side) on both side of the blade.

<Hada - Forging>
The jihada (body of the sword) is a tightly forged Mokume (burl wood grain) and coarse Jinie(darkish crystal)granule attaches on the surface.


<Hamon - Temper patterns>
The Hamon is Notare base Gunome with brilliant nie white crystals attaches abundantly on the cutting edge(Nie-deki).
Boshi- temper line of the tip follows Hamon then turns back to a gentle curl called Komaru.

<Nakago - Tang>
The Tang is Ubu(original) and has Sujichigai file marks. Nakago end is Kurijiri shape.

<Habaki-Metal collar>
Solid copper single piece Habaki with Yujo pattern.

<Koshirae - Mountings>
please check the detail pictures.

Tsuba: Round iron base Sukashi tsuba with motifs of pine and plum tree.
Fuchi Kashira: Engravings of the design of thunder clouds with gold Iroe on Shakudo(copper and gold alloy) base.
Menuki: Engraved Shishi (lion) on gold gilded base.
Tsuka: Covered with ray skin with Oyatsubu and wrapped with black pure silk in MoroTsumami-maki style.
Saya: Kuro - lacquered in black.

<Blade Condition>
Polish: There are some tiny, thin rusts due to Furutogi.
Defects such as openings, chips and cracks: None.


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Products No.01-1298

Blade length 71.5cm/ 2'4"/ 2shaku 3sun 3.6bu Tsuka length 24.5cm/ 10"/ 8sun 4bu
Curvature - Sori 1.2cm/ 0.47"/ 4bu Mekugi (Pegs) 1
Blade Bottom Width 31.4mm/ 1.2"/ 1sun 1bu Blade Bottom Thickness 6.0mm/ 0.21"/ 1.9bu
Blade Top Width 21.3mm/ 0.85"/ 7.1bu Blade Top Thickness 5.5mm/ 0.22"/ 8.2bu
Weight Blade only: 645g / 1.4lbs
Without Saya: 915g / 2.02lbs
Period Late Edo (1780-1867)
Inscription / Signature None Registration in Japan 25 June 1980
Miyazaki Prefecture Board of Education
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