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Gallery: Exhibitions / Album: Samurai: Beyond the Sword


Matching Four-piece Set of Sword Fittings Decorated with the Kurikara Sword

Matching Four-piece Set of Sword Fittings Decorated with the Kurikara SwordDownload Image

Matching Four-piece Set of Sword Fittings Decorated with the Kurikara Sword, attributed to Gotō Kenjō, mid-1600s, gold-copper alloy (shakudō), silver, gold. Courtesy of Richard and Adoree Suran

Box for Writing Implements with Ox and Clover Design

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Box for Writing Implements with Ox and Clover Design, Ogata Korin, late 1600s/early 1700s, lacquer, gold, mother-of-pearl, lead on wood. Detroit Institute of Arts

Dish with Nandina Berry Design (Nabeshima Style

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Dish with Nandina Berry Design (Nabeshima Style), Unknown Artist, early 1700s, porcelain, cobalt, glaze, enamels. Detroit Institute of Arts

Cup Stand

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Cup Stand, Unknown Artist, 1368/1644, lacquer, mother-of-pearl, wood. Detroit Institute of Arts

Noh Theater Robe

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Noh Theater Robe, unknown artist, 1700s, silk, gold metal foil. Detroit Institute of Arts

Poem from the Shin Kokinshu

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Poem from the Shin Kokinshu, Hon'ami Koetsu and Nonomura Sotatsu, early 1600s, gold, silver, and ink on paper. Detroit Institute of Arts

The Daimyo Kuroda Nagamasa among Twenty-four Retainers

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The Daimyo Kuroda Nagamasa among Twenty-four Retainers, Kanō Toun Masunobu, ink on silk. Detroit Institute of Arts

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