The sword is long and slightly curved; the metal smith's name is engraved on the metal handle.
Long swords (tachi) were the most important belongings for samurai, almost as equal to their lives; as many tragic stories attest, samurai could commit suicide when his sword was taken, stolen, or lost.
A lunette-shaped panel composed of red, blue, white, brownish purple and yellowish brown stained glass joined together by lead cames depicting a seraph. Four leafy fronds, taken from another medieval window, have been inserted here between the seraph's head and shoulders. The panel is the upper half of a roundel originally installed in the west rose window of Reims Cathedral.
A half-length figure of a seraph, the highest of all the orders of angels, appears with arms outstretched in the center of this stained glass panel, which formed the upper half of a medallion from the enormous west rose window of Reims Cathedral. A vivid blue halo encircles the seraph's head, and two of his wings open behind his arms while another pair are folded over his chest. Originally installed high above the cathedral floor, this seraph along with twenty-three other angels glorified the heavenly assumption of the Virgin Mary depicted in the center of the rose window.
Shallow bowl with celadon glaze. Four concentric circles grace the exterior of the bowl, with a chrysanthemum roundel centered in the inner circle. Above these designs, three thinly incised bands stretch across the bowl parallel to the rim. In this location on the inside of the bowl is a cross-hatched pattern, flanked by one incised line above and two below. Also decorating the inside of the bowls are four sprays of litchis.