With deeply carved scabbard, complete with fine guard embroidered sash.
A luxury Ainu knife styled after the Japanese tantō.
Resembling a makiri but with the blade's edge on the opposite side.
Of a typical style used in Hokkaido in the 19th century.
A slender makiri with a bark wrapped scabbard.
An exceptionally well-carved Ainu knife.
A wakizashi by master Kunikiyo, tested by the most famous sword tester of 17th century Japan.
With a sayagaki by Honma sensei attributing it to Yosozaemon.
With Nanban-style guard and kozuka. Signed Fujiwara Hisayoshi.
With fine blade in recent polish. With resting scabbard.
Exceedingly rare Ainu sword. Comes in an old Japanese collection box.
An unusual cross-cultural mix, blending Burmese, Japanese and Indian parts.
With heavy pierced silver mounts in with archaic dragon designs.
Many Mongols, the Khalkas in particular, had close ties with the Manchu ru