Touken Komachi

Wakizashi, Shirasaya

Sesshu Fujiwara Kanesada, 1st generation
[ Signature ] omote : "摂州藤原包貞" ura : -
[ Size ] Blade length 55.6cm (1 shaku 8 sun 3 bu 4 rin), sori 1.6cm (5 bu 2 rin), moto-haba 3.30cm, moto-kasane 0.69cm, saki-haba 1.98 cm, saki-kasane 0.45 cm, mekugi-ana(hole) 1, blade weight 595g , shirasaya length 81cm
[ Period ] Edo "江戸", early.
[ Province ] Settsu "摂津"

[ Feature ]
Form : Shinogi-zukuri. Iori-mune. Kasane is ordinal. Relatively high sori attached. There are some differences between moto-haba and saki-haba. Chû-kissaki form.
Nakago : Ubu. Yasurimes are ô-suji-kais. Saki is iri-yama-gata. One hole.
Jigane : Ko-itame-hada well grained. Rich jinie attached.
Hamon : In notare, gunomes and chô-ji-bas mixed. Clear distinction between blade and base iron. Ahis appeared. Nie attached well. Suna-gashis and tobi-yaki appeared.
Boushi : It runs in sugu. Saki form iturns in komaru form.

[ Highlight ]
His home country was Yamato, and his name was Yamada Heidayu. A pupil of Iga no Kami Kanemichi in the school of Sa Kaneyasu. He lived in Tokiwa-machi, Osaka, and made his sword around the Edo period (1603-1867) .The inscriptions are "摂州住藤原包貞","摂州大坂住越後守包貞", "越後守包貞", "包貞", etc. Based on the inscription, this piece is thought to be a relatively early work, before it was received by the Echigonp-kmai. Chronological works include Keian III and IV, Jouou III and Manji I (e.g. 慶安三・四、承応三、万治元). Both the base and the blade are attached nie well, and this is a sword of high quality.

[ Conditions ] Excellent.

[ Attachments ] Habaki( suaka-ji, silver foiled, single), shirasaya, bag of shirasaya and NBTHK tokubetsu hozon paper "特別保存刀剣鑑定書"(issued on 9th Nov., Reiwa 2(2020))

[ Item number ] A080421 [ Price ] JPY 650,000- (shipping and insurance fee are not included)

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