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KANETAKA EI-ROKU: KANE form: KIN "Gold". SEKI JU. SUE-SEKI Style. 
KANETAKA
NOSHU SEKI JU KANETAKA

KANETAKA(1) BUN-ROKU 1592:
KANE form: KIN "Gold". GIFU JU.
Received BUNGO-no-KAMI Title. Made wide-bodied, with
elongated KISSAKI.
ITAME with MOKUME mix that runs. JiNie.
KO-NIE DEKI GUNOME-MIDARE BA in classic SUE-SEKI style.
KANETAKA
BUNGO-no-KAMI FUJIWARA KANETAKA
BUNGO-no-KAMI FUJIWARA KANETAKE SAKU

KANEHIRA TEN-SHO: HIRA form: KO "Scales". Transferred from SEKI.
Several generations of this name in SEKI. HO-TOKU 1449,
BUN-MEI 14469, and TEN-SHO 1573
KANEHIRA
NOSHU JU KANEHIRA

KANEMUNE TEN-SHO: KANE form: KIN "Gold". GIFU JU.

KANEMUNE
MINO-no-KUNI GIFU JU KANEMUNE

MASATOSHI: Heads to SAKAKURA.




Kanetaka Tanto

Sue-Seki, Mino.
He worked in GIFU. An unusually fine example and his typical SUGATA, wide HIRA-TSUKURI with elongated KISSAKI. 

Wet ITAME KUROGANE turns MOKUME under JI-NIE. 

KO-NIE HAKIKAKE brushes HOTSURE whiskers from O-GUNOME and KENBO-MIDARE BA landscape. There are TOBI-YAKI and MUNE-YAKI runs down the back. 

UBU with three MEKUGI-ANA

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