Japan Sword Art


一般情報 General information
製品番号 Product No. SAI-001.
商品名 Product name 采配 Saihai.
銘 MEI  無銘 MUMEI. 
画像 Image. Japanese (Samurai) commanders signal baton 采配 Saihai with paper tassels.
時代 Era 江戸時代 Edo period.
日付 Date ca. 1750.
寸法  Measurements  
Length of hilt. 36 cm
Length of paper tassel. 27 cm
鑑定 Kantei Registration
日本美術刀剣保存協会                    NBTHK Certificate n/a
他の 証明書                                    Other certificate n/a
状態 Status 妥当 Reasonable, The paper tassel is very fragile.
詳細 Details  
物質 Material Wood, silk, bronze and paper.
飾 Decoration n/a
追加情報                                        Additional Information A Saihai is a Baton carried by Samurai commanders in feudal Japan. The Saihai or Sai-hai was a sign of rank and a signal device.
  A saihai usually consisted of a lacquered wood stick with metal ends. The butt had a hole for a cord for the saihai to be hung from the armor of the samurai when not being used. The head of the saihai had a hole with a cord attached to a tassel of strips of lacquered paper, leather, cloth or yak hair. The saihai first came into use during the 1570 and the 1590 between the Genki and Tensho year periods. Large troop movements and improved and varied tactics required commanders in the rear to be able to signal their troops during a battle.
歴史 History n/a
価格 price    € 385.– (Shipping fee is not included in the price).