Commemorating Military Service With Customized Displays

Posted by Devin on 1/2/2014 to Military Displays
The service men and women who volunteer in the armed forces are often humble and do not like sharing their accomplishments readily. This can be frustrating for loved ones who are proud of their son, daughter, wife, husband, or friend that serve the country with honor. One way that you can showcase someone’s service with respect and honor is with a customized display.
Regal and Beautiful Military Sword Displays
While the American armed forces no longer use swords in hand-to-hand combat, they are still an important feature of dress uniforms, and they hearken back to days gone past. Once a soldier is no longer in active duty, displaying his or her sword is a unique way of commemorating their service to their country. You can order a sword display as a:
·         Hanging Shadow Box
·         Vertical Floor Stand
·         Display Shield
·         Shelf Display
·         Desk Stand
Showcasing Antique Swords
It can be the find of a collector’s lifetime to purchase an authentic military sword at a flea market or military surplus store. If you come across or have inherited a sword, cutlass, or dagger from the Revolutionary War or Civil War times, you will undoubtedly wish to display it with pomp and circumstance. A beautifully crafted real wood stand can be the perfect counterpoint for a sword that has seen battle, or as a showpiece for your home.
Supporting Military Achievement
A sword stand or display is the perfect way to celebrate the military career of a loved one. Rather than being too flashy, the handcrafted displays are regal and distinct. If your friend or relative is embarrassed to toot their own horn, consider giving a sword display as a gift. You can order a custom-made display complete with engraved plaque from craftsmen who advertise online. Show your soldier your lasting support by displaying a symbol of their success with a thoughtful sword stand. It is a tasteful way of celebrating an outstanding career in the armed forces.