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New Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, DATE MASAMUNE, 8.3 cm View larger

Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, DATE MASAMUNE, 8.3 cm

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Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, DATE MASAMUNE, 8.3 cm

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23,00 €

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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.

Date Masamune (伊達 政 宗, Date Masamune, September 5, 1567 - June 27, 1636) was one of the daimyos who ruled the Tōhoku region of Japan. For a time close to Christians, Masamune is known for a number of things that make him an original personality of the time, most notably his famous kabuto adorned with a huge asymmetrical half moon. He is sometimes nicknamed "Dokuganryū" (独眼龍, "the one-eyed dragon").

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Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, DATE MASAMUNE, 8.3 cm

Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, DATE MASAMUNE, 8.3 cm

Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, DATE MASAMUNE, 8.3 cm