This double rack mounted khukuri display stand is completely handmade by using only conventional domestic tools. It is made out of treated wood called Ashna, famously known in Nepal as “Seesau”. The process of making a single stand is very slow and laborious. It is as time consuming as making a Khukuri, costing almost a complete day to finish one. All stands are made in Kathmandu where skill craftsmen work around the clock to give quality and quantity. They are foldable (hands come apart) so that they can be carried and transported very easily. They are also completely break-free since they can be swiftly dismantled.
The shape of the wooden base/platform is given an oval shape hence called as the oval stand. Edges on all sides of the base are molded with simple straight pattern to give better look to the stand. Each holder has two “Y” shaped arched hands made to fit in the blade at bottom and scabbard above as depicted in the picture. Underneath the oval base are four circular wooden legs fixed to slightly raise the base from ground level so that the over all display process is more attractive and catchy. The hands come off so that packing is small and swift.
* This Stand is available for 6-15 inches long bladed Khukuris
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