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Old 09-02-2010, 08:18 PM   #5
Brett Charvat
Location: Pullman, WA
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Re: Horses and sword guards (tsuba) on the Japanese sword

Thanks for the added information. I was unaware that it was/is common to fit the top and bottom of the nakago-ana tightly and less so (or perhaps not at all?) the sides. Fascinating. Again, a wonderful display of craftsmanship on this tsuba.
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