389. Japanese traditional Naginata spear, Shinshinto period, 1781-1876.

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Japanese traditional Naginata spear, Shinshinto period, 1781-1876.

Japanese traditional Naginata spear, Shinshinto (Newest Era) period, 1781-1876 (also called the Late Edo period). Nagasa (blade) - 48.5 cm. Tsuba (Garda): made of bronze with a decorative three-dimensional pattern. The handle of the naginata was made of oak, varnished and often had an oval section, which made it easier to determine the direction of the blade during quick rotations and interceptions. The blade could be separated from the handle by a round tsuba guard. The blades varied: some resembled sword blades, while others widened towards the end. Sometimes reforged katana blades were used as naginata tips. Naginata has long been a favorite weapon of warrior monks. The total length of the spear is about 205 cm. Perfect for adding to your collection of Japanese weapons.
Condition: Good
Material: Wood, metal
Product sizes: Height - 205cm
width - 5cm
Location: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 52, Riga, Latvia
Warranty: Seller Warranty
Country: Japan
Period: 19th century
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