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New Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, TOKUGAWA IEYASU, 8.1 cm View larger

Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, TOKUGAWA IEYASU, 8.1 cm

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Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, TOKUGAWA IEYASU, 8.1 cm

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Height10 cm
Width10.5 cm
Length14.5 cm
Compositionceramic
Product originmade in Japan

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The kabuto (兜, 冑) is the traditional helmet of Japanese armor, used by the samurai.

Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳 川 家 康, born January 31, 1543 and died June 1, 1616) is daimyo and then shogun of Japan.

He is the last of the three unifiers of Japan from the Sengoku era, after Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi (also called "Hashiba").

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Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, TOKUGAWA IEYASU, 8.1 cm

Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, TOKUGAWA IEYASU, 8.1 cm

Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, TOKUGAWA IEYASU, 8.1 cm