Japanese Sword Stand Hand Crafted With Exotic Wood
This sword stand was made by a good friend of mine who is half carpenter and half artist. The listed price is for this particular sword stand. Hand crafted of exotic wood, this stand displays a heavy Japanese influence with a frame highly suggestive of Shinto shrine arches and a hinomaru center. This stand was crafted to hold three swords and has a rear fixture for wall mount as well as a folding easel stand for table top display. It stands about 27.5 inches high when tilted on the easel stand. John does accept and actually encourages custom requests and there are almost limitless possibilities and wood choices available. If you are in a hurry this example is currently available. If you should choose customized work the price total is significantly cheaper and an example like this would cost about $350 with a wait of about a month. This example would be cheaper still if, for example, the easel stand was dropped leaving just the wall mount. Other possibilities include stands of a European influence with roebuck antlers, vertical single sword stands for centerpiece katana and on and on. I am happy to own three sword stands built by John and can't recommend him enough. Through his willingness to build to request there is no reason why you can not have the exact sword stand that you need.