The daisho, meaning "big and small" is a Japaqnese referring to the traditional weapons of the samurai. Most daisho are limited to two swords, the katana which is the longer of the two swords and was typically used in man-to-man combat. The wakizashi made an effective main-gauche (close-combat) weapons. The daisho was not normally worn on the battle field, where the wakizashi was replaced by the shorter and more practical tanto (dagger) when the samurai wore armor. The daisho were limited exclusively to the samurai class and were a symbol of their rank.
This beautiful miniturized diasho includes all three blades and a black stand on which to display your special find. Only 14 1/2" at is widest and 7 1/2" tall, you can show off your red treasure without using too much space. The length of each sword is, Katana 14 1/2". wakizashi 12", and tanto 9 1/2". Where you don't have room to display a full size daisho, this is just the answer.
Check out the scabbord, black with gold edging and embossed tsuba. Intricately detailed, you'll enjoy just looking at this beautiful Japanese Style piece.