A design made for one of the most used tools of martial arts.
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".
A traditional form that is easy to set up and move anywhere but still stable and stiff enough for permanent exhibition.
Although not really a part of the "Daisho" set, Tanto knifes are a traditional Japanese weapon all the same, and actually one of the most common weapons in Japanese Martial Arts. We wanted to finally give them the seat of honor they deserve.
|Materials||European grown Oak wood|
|Size (cm)||43 x 28 x 10|
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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.
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There are only 5 parts that, when joined together, make for a very stable stand.