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A kawari kabuto (exotic helmet) with wings, Momoyama-Early Edo period, century - Alain.

One of the most unorthodox types of Japanese helmets were ones with animal maedate (crests). They were extremely popular during the Edo period (1603-1868) although it appeared earlier. Usually, it was made on the foundation of a zunari-kabuto. The date exhibited a huge variety of forms, including horns, suns, dragons, monsters, demons, birds, wings, hair up to abstract ideas. Similar to it was the harikake-kabuto. Some of the details were made of lacquered wood or paper.

One of the most unorthodox types of Japanese helmets were ones with animal maedate (crests). They were extremely popular during the Edo period (1603-1868) although it appeared earlier. Usually, it was made on the foundation of a zunari-kabuto. The date exhibited a huge variety of forms, including horns, suns, dragons, monsters, demons, birds, wings, hair up to abstract ideas. Similar to it was the harikake-kabuto. Some of the details were made of lacquered wood or paper.

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Helmet ( zunari kabuto ), end of the Edo period, 18th century, Japan . Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas (Texas) ; the photograph was taken during an exhibition in the Musée des Arts Premiers in Paris.

Helmet ( zunari kabuto ), end of the Edo period, century, Japan . Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas (Texas) ; the photograph was taken during an exhibition in the Musée des Arts Premiers in Paris.

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