Antique Japanese Sword rack Kake Meiji Period hand painted

 675,00

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Description

Immerse yourself in the timeless elegance of this Japanese sword rack, a traditional Kake hailing from the revered Meiji era. Crafted meticulously in adherence to ancient Japanese traditions, this piece exudes exquisite craftsmanship, evident in its intricate handmade and painted details.

In Japan, the display of swords on a Kake holds a rich cultural tradition, symbolizing reverence for these revered blades. This Kake, adorned with vibrant and captivating colors, stands as a testament to Japanese artistry and craftsmanship.

Serving as a platform to present and honor swords when they are not in use, this rack embodies both practicality and respect for these storied weapons. The routine maintenance of sword blades—cleaning, inspection, and oiling—ensures their readiness for battle while paying homage to their significance.

True to its historical essence, signs of wear adorn this piece, speaking to its authentic journey through time and history.

Dimensions:

  • Height: 43 cm
  • Width: 44 cm
  • Depth: 18 cm

Additional Information:

This Meiji-era sword rack serves as a striking display piece and a cultural artifact, reflecting the enduring legacy of Japan’s sword-making traditions. Its vibrant colors and meticulous craftsmanship make it a cherished addition to any collection or a centerpiece celebrating Japanese heritage.

Own a piece of Japanese heritage with this captivating and functional Meiji-era sword rack, an embodiment of tradition and craftsmanship that beautifully displays the essence of Japanese culture.