I am pleased to offer an example of the hand-forged perfection of Japanese samurai swords, this modern crafting sword showcases the ancient techniques of Japanese blacksmiths and combines them with the learned complicity of the great masters to give us a perfect crafting sword, Master Saito ko kaji 斉 藤 from the Reiwa era using the same old materials and techniques as the teachers.
The beauty of this sword speaks for itself, of excellent balance and poise with a length of cut 73 cm and a very active hamon around its edge is dressed in a koshirae according to its value and presentation.
The horimono worked on the leaf shows the craftsmanship and beauty of Kurikara.
Jihada Mokume mixes Masame.
Hamon Hitatsura Choji Utsuri returning to Suguha on the monouchi side, with a brilliant composition by Nioi Deki.
Nakago: Ubu signs 斉 藤
Fairy: Itame mix Mokume
Horimono in formation of a Kurikara engraved by hand
Saya lacquered in Urushi
Tsuka with silver kodogu and stingray leather
Nagasa: 41 cm
Motohaba: 030 mm
Kasane: 0.7 cm
Total length: 73 cm
We are confident that the buyer of this sword will be delighted to include it in their outstanding collection of Japanese handmade swords.
It is shipped in a protection cylinder and with transport insurance
- Manufacturer/ Maker
- Master Saito ko kaji 斉 藤
- Very good +
- Overall Length
- 73 cm
- Barrel/ blade length
- 41 cm