Japanese samurai sword kake from the early Edo period. A beautiful elegant Japanese kake.
In Japan, it's an ancient tradition to present your swords on a kake when they're not being worn. This way they are, as it were, resting.
The sword blade is first cleaned, inspected and oiled, after which they are ready for battle. In addition, it shows respect for the sword. This kake is exceptionally beautiful and a must-have for the Bushido enthusiasts.
The colour is original and a beautiful example of Japanese handicraft from the early Edo period, a true rarity.
A special kake, it has signs of wear inherent to its age, nevertheless a first-rate collector's item.
I dare say I am quite proud to be offering this Japanese sword rack, kake
Dimensions: Japanese samurai sword
Height: 38 cm
Width: 44 cm
Depth: 15 cm
- Edo-Zeit (1600-1868)
- Herkunftsregion/ Herkunftsland
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Japans Samurai Zwaardenrek kake uit de vroege Edo periode. Een prachtige elegante Japanse Kake.
- Guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
- 38×44×15 cm