The handmade wooden bookends are designed to stably hold your collections in place and bring some Japanese traditional culture in your living space with the Samurai-inspired design.
The pretty cool bookends come from Moku, the Dallas-based handicraft studio that presented us the Zelda Hylian Shield & Master Sword wooden bookends.
The new bookends measure 5 x 5 x 8 inches each side. As shown in the images, the bookends are shaped as a Samurai’s helmet that features sleek outlines and meticulous detailing. Meanwhile, multiple parts of the helmet are arranged in different positions, creating a vivid 3D effect.
Moreover, the bookends are made from wood for durability and natural aesthetics. And the stable wooden construction and non-slip cork bottoms ensure it firmly stays on any flat surface.
The handmade samurai-inspired wooden bookends are priced at $65 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Etsy for its more details.