Daimyo, weapon stand

The traditional set

Daimyo

A stand for the traditional "Daisho" set, or any other two weapon configuration.

Daimyo
Daimyo

Natural and Natural

Oak wood is beautiful when finished by only waxing. It is enough to avoid staining and not let dust stick to the surface. And ebonizing is a chemical process that activates the tannins in oak causing the color to darken radically until it is almost black.

Both finishes are ancient and traditional techniques that let us enjoy it... "au naturel".

Daimyo

Classic and portable design

A traditional form that is easy to set up and move anywhere but still stable and stiff enough for permanent exhibition.

Daimyo
Daimyo

A martial reminder

In our own daily life we find many dojos where only wooden weapons are used. By adding a traditional knotting taken from the"sageo" found in most Japanese swords, we get to remind ourselves of the original sharp steel blades as a symbol of the "martial" part of keiko. You can also have it without the knotting.

Materials 100% Cotton ribbon / White Oak wood
Size (cm) 43 x 28 x 10
Included Sageo type cotton knotting
Not Included Weapons
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  • Daimyo, weapon stand

    €54,90 Tax included

    Shipment: 4 to 6 weeks

    Late for the party? We have the solution: If you want to offer it as a gift and you think it will not make it on time for the big day, we will send you something to take with you and not turn up empty handed...

    Assembly

    There are only 3 parts that, when joined together, make for a very stable stand.