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¥550,000
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刀:白鞘入り

銘:於頭山満翁邸内繁継作
昭和十三年三月日 

当社では刀工の出来によって最上作、上々作、上作、普通作を記載しております
本作の出来は繁継 としては上々作にランクされる作品です。
研磨済み
はばき:銀一重
刃長:67.2センチ
反り:1.2 センチ
目釘穴: 1個
元幅:3.26センチ
先幅:2.37センチ
重ね:0.86 センチ
刀身重量: 815グラム
時代:昭和13年
体配:身幅、重ねしっかりとした作品で反り適度に付き切先が伸びる
地鉄:小板目肌良く練れて地錵が良く付きが奇麗な地肌となる。
刃紋:小錵出来丁字乱れに袋丁字乱れが交じり尖り丁字に足が良く働き帽子乱れ込んで先尖って返る。

特徴:本作は笠間一貫斎繁継が頭山満邸内で作刀した、渾身の注文打の刀。
一貫斎繁継は本名笠間義一。伯父宮入一貫斎繁寿、のち森岡正吉の門。明治十九年(1886年)静岡に生まれ、
明治三十六年(1903年)上京し笠間頭山邸内常盤松刀剣研究所で鍛刀、のち主任刀匠。
宮内省御刀係拝命、日本東部鍛練刀工業組合副理事長、東京赤坂日本刀伝習所師範、帝展最優位入選。
数々の献上刀を作成した。昭和四十年(1966年)八十歳にて没。
日本刀鍛法の復旧伝承に務め、のちに繁継の女婿となった塚本起正、
人間国宝となった宮入昭平等の師としても知られる現代の名工の一人である。特に彫りのある刀は評価される。

葵美術より一言:昭和を代表する笠間一貫斎繁継の作品で華やかな丁字乱れを焼き上げております。
頭山満に可愛がられ頭山満翁邸内で数多くの日本刀を制作する。  
本作はその内の一振りで生刃をしっかりと残した健全な作品と言えます。
                                
保証:保存刀剣
葵美術評価鑑定書:全身押し形

 

Katana in Shirasaya

Signature : Oite Toyama Mitsuru Teinai Shigetsugu Saku
Showa 13 Nen 3 Gatsuhi

(We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyo-jyo saku Jyo saku and regular saku)
This sword belongs to Jyo jyo saku ranking.
The blade was polished.
Habaki : Silver single habaki.
Blade length :  67.2cm or 26.45inches.
Sori :1.2 cm or 0.47 inches.
Mekugi : 1 
Width at the hamachi : 3.26 cm or 1.28 inches.
Width at the Kissaki :2.37  cm or 0.93 inches.
Kasane : 0.86cm or 0.33 inches.
The weight of the sword 815 grams.

Era : Showa 13th (1938)
Shape : wide and thick blade. Regular Sori and longer Kissaki.
Jigane :Ko-Itame-hada well grained, Jinie attached beautiful Jihada
Hamon : Ko-Niedeki Choji-nudare and Fukuro Choji-miadare mixed.
Also Togari Choji with Ashi. Boshi is Midarekomi style, edge is sharp.

Special feature: Kansai Shigetsugu was born in 1886 in Shizuoka pref. as a
nephew of Miyairi Ikkansai Shigetoshi who was also a
swordsmith. Shigetsugu learned under his uncle and
Morioka Masayoshi. Shigetsugu went to Tokyo in 1903 and
entered to the Tokiwa-Matsu Token Kenkyu-sho the
Toyama house. Shigetsugu became a chief swordsmith and
made several special swords to present. According to the
inscription on the tang, he forged this katana accepting a
personal order of Mr. Miyagi. Shigetsugu spent his life to
revive and passing down the traditional method of
tempering Japanese sword. Shigetsugu passed away in
1966, aged 80. Miyairi Akihira and Tsukamoto Okimasa
were his famous excellent pupils. Later Miyairi Akihira
became a preserver of Important Intangible Cultural Assets,
popularly known as Living National Treasures. Tsukamoto
Okimasa became Shigetsugu’s son-in-law but died while
still young.

From Aoi Art: This sword was made by representative of Showa sword
smith, Kasama Ikkansai Shigetsugu. It has Elegant Choji-
midare. He was a student of Toyama Mitsuru who was right
wing activist and liked from him. He many sword at Toyama
Mitsuruin his hounse.. This is one of those sword and it still
has Ububa healthy blade.

Guarantee: NBTHK Hozon Token
Aoi Art estimation paper: whole Oshigata.