Samurai Sword Shogun Stand

Samurai Sword Shogun Stand

Rated 4.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


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SKU: WS-1 Category:


Samurai Sword Shogun Stand Features:
  • Securely holds one Samurai sword in the vertical position
  • Stand features black lacquer finish
  • Great way to display the centerpiece of your samurai sword collection

*Sword not included

Height: 24″
Base is 10″ x 6″

4 reviews for Samurai Sword Shogun Stand

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    This stand shipped quickly and was packed in many packing peanuts. The stand is packed in a second box inside the shipping box. The separate pieces come wrapped in plastic to prevent scratches during shipping and handling and there is a little bag with the hardware. It was easy to assemble and its wide base allows for high stability even with your heaviest swords. There is a backing to the long neck of the stand to prevent the neck from swaying. With only six screws, I built it in two minutes with an electric screwdriver (a handheld screwdriver works fine, but my hand got tired from twisting in the screws). The holes are pre-drilled. It makes a great way to display your best and most prized sword. Great buy for its price! I recommend this to any sword collector!

  2. Rated 2 out of 5

    Chris, CA

    I’d have given it 4 or 5 stars if there hadn’t been a problem with it. The holes drilled into the stand for the screws were too small. When I assembled the stand (and I’m no novice when it comes to assembling things), the screws split the “neck” of the stand both at the top and the bottom. A 1.75 inch crack can be seen at the top and a .75 inch one at the bottom. If you know how to do it, you may want to re-drill / re-tap the holes to avoid any split ends thus preserving the stand’s look and strength.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    andrew g.

    Very quickly shipped and all as promised

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    James I.

    Better quality than I expected for the price! It has countersunk holes for the screws, and the receiving pieces are pre-drilled too. Screws seem a bit undersized for what I would have used if I built one myself, but I’ve had no problems with them holding it together. Just be careful during assembly and *do not* over-tighten the screws or you will strip the wood!

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