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Artikelnr.: 63999 - Wakizashi

NOBUTAKA (信高), 1st gen., Keichō (慶長, 1596-1615), Owari – “Nōshū Seki San´ami Kanekuni-matsuyō Hōki no Kami Fujiwara Nobutaka Bishū Nagoya ni oite rokujūsai saku” (濃州関三阿弥兼国末葉伯耆守藤原信高於尾州 名護屋作六十歳, “made by Hōki no Kami Fujiwara Nobutaka at the age of 60 in Nagoya in Owari province, successor of Mino San´ami Kanekuni”), “Hōki no Kami Fujiwara Nobutaka” (伯耆守藤原信高), “Hōki no Kami Fujiwara Ason Nobutaka” (伯耆守藤原朝臣信高), real name Kawamura Saemon (河村左衛門), he was born in the sixth year of Eiroku (永禄, 1563) in Kōzuchi (上有知) in Mino province and was by his own account a successor of San´ami Kanekuni (兼国), he moved to Kiyosu (清洲) in Owari province around Tenshō 16 or 17 (天正, 1588/89) and received his honorary title Hōki no Kami, on the eleventh day of the fifth month of Tenshō 20 (1592) by the agency of the kanpaku regent Toyotomi Hidetsugu, but there is also the theory that he had already received this title back in Tenshō nine (1580) because a blade with that date supposedly exists which bears that title in the signature, anyway, it is assumed that he moved to Nagoya when the castle of the same name was finished in Keichō 15 (1610), in the ninth year of Kan´ei (寛永, 1633) he retired and entered priesthood under the nyūdō-gō Keiyū (慶遊), leaving the management of the school to his son, the 2nd generation Nobutataka, he died three years later in Kan´ei 13 (1636) at the age of 76, his blades have mostly a wide shinogi-ji, a high shinogi and an elongated kissaki, i.e. basically a Keichō-shintō-sugata, the jigane is a dense and beautifully forged itame mixed with masame and ji-nie but some works also show a standing-out hada and others in turn a shirake-utsuri, the hamon is a notare-midare or gunome-midare, rarely also a chōji or suguha, whereas he hardened in ko-nie-deki and with a wide nioiguchi, there are also some blades with ara-nie and plenty of sunagashi known, together with Sagami no Kami Masatsune (相模守政常) and Hida no Kami Ujifusa (飛騨守氏房) he was one of the so-called “Owari-sansaku” (尾張三作), the “Three Owari Masters,” jō-saku NOBUTAKA (信高), 2nd gen., Kan´ei (寛永, 1624-1644), Owari – “Hōki no Kami Fujiwara Nobutaka” (伯耆守藤原信高), “Zen Hakushū Sangetsu Nobutaka koji” (前伯州山月信高居士, “Nobutaka, Buddhist lay name Sangetsu, formerly Hōki”), “Hōki ni Kami Fujiwara Nobutaka Kan´yū Nyūdō” (伯耆守藤原信高閑遊入道), “Zen Hakushū Nobutaka Nyūdō” (前伯州信高入道), real name Kawamura Hōki (河村伯耆), son of the 1st gen. Nobutaka, he was born in the eighth year of Keichō (慶長, 1603) and succeeded as head of the family in the tenth year of Kan´ei (1633) when he also received the honorary title Hōki no Kami, he retired in Kanbun two (寛文, 1662) under the nyūdō-gō Sangetsu-Kan´yū (山月閑遊), he died in the ninth month of Genroku two (元禄, 1689) at the age of 87, his chū-suguha, notare, or gunome is similar to that of the 1st gen. and his hamon are mostly nie-laden and show a wide nioiguchi, he also hardened a flamboyant gunome-chōji-midare in ko-nie-deki with a conspicuous amount of chōji, we know date signatures from the 20th year of Kan´ei (1643) to the second year of Jōkyō (貞享, 1685), the roundish kurijiri of the Nobutaka lineage becomes a ha-agari kurijiri from the 2nd gen. onwards, jō-saku

NOBUTAKA 信高 – 63999
Ura: Omote:
無銘 伯耆守藤原信高
Unsigned Hoki no Kami
Fujiwara Nobutaka
Swordsmith: Nobutaka
Generation: 1st or 2nd
possibly joint work
Title: Hoki no Kami
School: Nobutaka
Teacher: Nobutaka
Region: Owari
Worked for: Togukawa shogunate and
Yagyu Jubei Taira-no-
Production date: 1624-1644 (寛永 Kanei)
Sword Period: Shinto (1596–1781)
Art Period: Edo (1603–1867)
Political Period: Osaka no Jin (1614–1615)
aka Genna Enbu
Shogunate: Tokugawa (1603–1867)
Shogun: Hidetada (1605–1623)
Iemitsu (1623–1651)
Nagasa: 51,2cm
Sori: 1,2cm
Weapon Type: Sword
Construction Type: Shinogi
Sharpness Class: Wazamono
Quality Class Jo-Jo
Hamon: Sugu
Kitae: Masame
Kissaki: Chu
Nakago: Ubu
Yasurime: Sujikai
Authentication Papers: Yes, NBTHK
Tokubetsu Hozon
Reference: Toko Taikan mentions
that the work of 1st gen.
has masame influence.
Shirasaya: Yes


Koshirae: No, custom order possible


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