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Sanjo Yoshinori Zaimei-Tachi

No.027449

Sanjo Yoshinori Zaimei-Tachi Juyo Candidate Utsuritachi Kinsuji-kakari Nioikuchi is bright and clear Excellent product 77.6cm

¥1,500,000(tax included)
Mei-Omote
吉則 Yoshinori
Period
Early Muromachi period Ouei period
Size

Hachou 77.6 Shaku ニ尺五寸六分 Sori 2.5cm
Moto-Haba 3.0cm Saki-Haba 2.0cm Moto-Kasane 0.50cm Shinogi-Thikess 0.72cm Saki-Kasane 0.41cm Kissaki-Chou 3.3cm Nakago-Chou 18.5cm Weight 786g

Country
Yamashiro
Shape
Shinogidukuri, Iorimune, Wide Mihaba, Deep Sori, Koshizori-tsuki, Chu-Kissaki slightly extended
Kitae
Itamehada, Mixed Mokumehada, Jinie entered fine, Chikei entered, Utsuritatsu.
Hamon
Suguha-style, Mixed Small-Gunome, Nijuba-kakari finely, Small-Ashi, Small-Nie-tsuki, Kinsuji-akakri, Nioikuchi shimarigokoro bright.
Boushi
Suguni-Komaru
Nakago
Suriage, Sakikiri, Yasurimesujikai, Mekugiana are two(2)
Habaki
Double silver.
Drscription
Sanjo Yoshinori was first mentioned in the late Heian period around Genryaku, later in the Kamakura period around Ouei, and in the early Nanbokucho period around Kenmu. He is the founder and representative worker of the school (Gosanjo school). The school prospered until the mid-Muromachi period, but the first generation Yoshinori is rare, and the one that can be seen generally is Yoshinori in the Bunmei era.
This sword is a majiestic Tachi with Yoshinori's signature.
Deep Sori, Koshizori-tsuki, Chu-Kissaki slightly extended figure, Utsuritatsu Jigane, Suguha-style, Mixed small-gunome, Finely Nijuba-kakari, Small-Ashi, Small-Nie-tsuki, Kinsuji-kakari, Nioikuchi is bright, Kenzen, excellent a masterpiece product.
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