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    EDO Period woodblock prints with knives

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    Knife with two handles .
    Kubo Shunman 1757-1820

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    Plum blossoms and knife.
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    Vase and kitchen knife
    Totoya Hokkei
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    Kimono-Shaped Coverlet (yogi) with Design of Lobsters and Crest (mon) of Three Cloves

    Period:
    Edo period (1615–1868)
    Date:
    early 19th century
    Culture:
    Japan
    Medium:
    Plain-weave cotton, resist-dyed and painted with dyes and pigments (tsutsugaki)

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    [IMG][/IMG]

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    here is one that looks very much like a modern knife.
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