Measuring 28 inches overall, with a 20 1/2" blade with a wavy hamon, set into a two-piece copper and brass habaki. The tsuba is round brass construction, wit engraved cloud motifs on both sides and areas of cloisonne-style off white in-infill. The fuchi and kashira are both blackened metal with gold border accents and a set of polychrome enamel inlay flowers, with a dark cord wrap over figural menuki. The saya is finished in black with maroon-highlighted leafy vine patterns and green enamel accents, as well as a kogatana with a handle decorated with an engraved scene of two horses out in a storm. The tang shows one mekugi-ana, and a carved seven-figure signature on the left side. Included with the grouping is a set of three NTHK "White Paper" certificates, one each for the hilt, the tsuba, and the blade.
Very good overall. The otherwise fine blade shows mild spotting, darker and denser at the tip, with some tool/vise marks halfway up the blade and mild handling marks. The saya shows some cracking and absent parts, otherwise the accessories are very good.