2 edition of Japanese sword and its decoration found in the catalog.
Japanese sword and its decoration
Helen Cowen Gunsaulus
|Statement||by Helen C. Gunsaulus.|
|Series||Field Museum of Natural History. Anthropology leaflet 20|
|LC Classifications||GN2 .F5 no. 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||26001555|
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The Japanese Sword and its Decoration. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 21 pp. Illus. with 4 b/w plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers. First edition. Field Museum Leaflet Number Minor wear along extremities, otherwise fine. Item # Gunsaulus was the assistant curator of Japanese ethnology at the Field Museum of Natural History.
Japanese sword and its decoration. Chicago, Field Museum of Natural History, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Helen Cowen Gunsaulus. The Japanese sword and its decoration. Fieldiana, Popular series, Anthropology, was published by Field Museum of Natural History, Dept.
of Anthropology as Leaflet (no.) and Anthropology leaflet (no. ), and by Chicago Natural History Museum as Anthropology leaflet (no. ) and Popular series: Anthropology (no.
). The Japanese Sword and Its Decoration by Helen C. Gunsaulus. Field Museum of Natural History Chicago. Softbound, 5 1/2 x 8 3/4", 20 pages and 4 pages of plate. An introduction to sword fittings: short and sweet. There is a crease in the front cover; otherwise all is well. 3 ounces.
In this authoritative new book, Leon and Japanese sword and its decoration book Kapp, together with leading swordsmith Yoshindo Yoshihara, coauthors of the bestselling The Craft of the Japanese Sword, describe this most recent period of sword history, and present the work of key craftsmen active today.
Title. The Japanese sword and its decoration / Related Titles. Series: Anthropology leaflet ; no. 20 By. Gunsaulus, Helen Cowen, Type. Book Material. The Japanese sword and its decoration / By. Gunsaulus, Helen Cowen, Publication Details. Chicago:Field Museum of Natural History, Year.
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In Leon and Hiroko Kapp’s The Art of the Japanese Sword: The Craft of Swordmaking and its Appreciation, the third-generation swordsmith Yoshindo Yoshihara and his son Yoshikazu analyze, construct and document the creation of a fully functional, mounted ng readers into his workshop for a detailed look at each step in the process, Yoshindo naturally elicits appreciation for /5(2).
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Murtha's hard-to-find, and much sought after, first book combines a wide range of material on the Japanese sword. Chapters on history, nomenclature, care, and handling are presented along with informative charts, illustrations, and numerous plates in color and b&w. Limited printing of only copies.
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However, Tsuba attached importance to its. A Japanese sword (Japanese: 日本刀, Hepburn: nihontō) is one of several types of traditionally made swords from have been made from as early as the Kofun period, though most people generally refer to the curved blades made after the Heian period when speaking of "Japanese swords".
There are many types of Japanese swords that differ by size, shape, field of application and. THE JAPANESE SWORD AND ITS DECORATION Helen Gunsaulus () This is one of a series of large leaflets that were prepared by Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History to give an of account individual exhibits.
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It has been used on Japanese Sword handles for a very long time mostly due to its rough texture which when wrapped with 'cord', denies the cord from slipping. In The Art of the Japanese Sword, master swordsmith Yoshindo Yoshihara offers a detailed look at the entire process of Japanese sword making, including the finishing and appreciation of Japanese se sword art stands out in many ways: functionality as a weapon, sophisticated metallurgy and metalsmithing, the shape of the blade itself—all contribute to the beauty of these.
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This book is most definitely recommended to anyone with an interest in Japanese art Reviews: Swords had, in fact, been used in Japan since antiquity but were of the straight-blade type and used for thrusting. By the middle of the Heian Period ( CE), though, and the appearance of the samurai, it was the curved and viciously sharp sword they carried that saw Japanese swordsmanship reach its zenith.
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THE JAPANESE SWORD AND ITS FITTINGS Japanese Sword Society of New York () This book catalogs the colabrative collections of Cooper Union Museum and the New York club members. Well photographed in b&w. Including 22 blades, 58 tsuba, 31 kozuka, plus other fittings, as well as a glossary. 48 pages, x 11" soft cover.
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Japanese swordsmithing is the labour-intensive bladesmithing process developed in Japan for forging traditionally made bladed weapons (nihonto) including katana, wakizashi, tantō, yari, naginata, nagamaki, tachi, uchigatana, nodachi, ōdachi, kodachi, and ya (arrow).
Japanese sword blades were often forged with different profiles, different blade thicknesses, and varying amounts of grind. Antique Japanese Swords. Just about anyone with an interest in weapons and armour knows the appeal of collectable Japanese swords and the samurai to the ninja, Japanese culture has captured the imagination of many Australians, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the appreciation of Japanese swords.
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They varied in both composition and decoration. Menuki are ornaments found under the handle wrap of Japanese swords. In this video, swordsmith Walter Sorrells shows the main parts of the Japanese sword and its mountings, in the process explaining the way they function together.