Some 40 years ago I had a faux ivory carved dragon handle Katana, evidently someone else decided they liked it better than I did. Ever since then I've been searching for the "right" fit to replace it. Jump forward 40 years and I ran across HanBon Forge and I saw just what I wanted. Being on a limited income it took me almost 4 months total (saving, etc.) to be able to afford them. I decided, that if I was going to be replacing the lost Katana, that I wanted a complete set. So, I purchased a wall mounted tri-blade stand, and customized Katana, Wakizashi, and Tanto. All 3 of the blades are hand sharpened, tempered folded steel clay, with a dragon theme the blades on one side have an engraved dragon (as does the Saya) and on the other side has my name in Japanese. I have attached pictures of these beautiful works of art. The Saya has a black matte finish on it, and I wanted the stand to sort of match them. The first picture is the stand as advertised on their website, followed by my version (yes, I got the bottom rail upside down but I like it), followed by the blades mounted in the stand and the last two pictures are of the engravings on the blades. They are now my pride and joy and will be cherished forever. I bow to the masters at Hanbon Forge for the fantastic and incredible craftsmanship.