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Eric S




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PostPosted: Fri 24 May, 2013 4:17 am    Post subject: Diary of the Restoration of a Suit of Japanese Armour         Reply with quote

Diary of the Restoration of a Suit of Japanese Armour - By Clive Sinclaire, restoration by Robert Soanes. Clive Sinclaire has created a record of the restoration progress on an armor he owns, this is a rare chance to see the restoration of an armor that was seemingly beyond repair, I recommend that everyone take a look.



http://www.to-ken.com/full.php?article=p00015&type=article Part 1. 1st August 2011
http://www.to-ken.com/full.php?article=p00016&type=article Part 2. 30th September 2011
http://www.to-ken.com/full.php?article=p00017&type=article Part 3. 30th April 2012
http://www.to-ken.com/full.php?article=p00002&type=article Part 4. 9th July 2012
http://www.to-ken.com/full.php?article=p00019&type=article Part 5. 7th October 2012
http://www.to-ken.com/full.php?article=p00031&type=article Part 6. 29th December 2012
http://www.to-ken.com/full.php?article=p00035&type=article Part 7. 22nd May 2013

Iyozane haidate before and after restoration.


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Robert MacPherson




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PostPosted: Fri 24 May, 2013 6:51 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Eric,

That is remarkable. Thank you for sharing it.

Mac

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Eric S




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PostPosted: Sun 26 May, 2013 6:38 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Mac,not many people would be willing (or able) to spend the money required to restore an armor, and not many people in the world are able to restore an armor like this, its a dying art.
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