How are Chinese swords traditionally displayed?
(I have acquired the sword in the picture, and it would be nice to put it in a worthy place and not just leave it lying around on my windowsill. And putting a Chinese sword on a Japanese stand feels a bit like… I dunno, like wearing a sombrero to blend in on a vacation in Texas. Like getting a Chinese tattoo that says “noodle soup”. Like mixing up Spock and Yoda.)
(Putting it up on the wall is out too, my wall is rough and I don’t want to risk scratching it.)
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