I needed a place to put the sword I just made and figured the stands featured in Link's house in Hateno Village would be perfect!
I sketched it up in Fusion 360 and added parameters to most of the dimensions. Sadly they're all in inches to make my life easier when I went to the hardware store. Though you can just type in millimeters in the expression part of the parameter.
I think I got all the angles correct but shouldn't be so hard to change in the file. I used this to get all the lengths and angles for when I was buying and cutting the wood.
I made this a lot smaller than the one in game so it wouldn't look so ridiculous with my sword. (though it is still pretty big!) The parameters should be labeled so hopefully that will be easy to change. In the game the sword, shield and bow stands all have different dimensions but I think the angles are all the same.
The bevels I didn't really measure out just figured it out on the table saw. The inside bevel should be a 45 degree angle about 1/6 of the thickness of the frame. (So 1.5" piece of wood would have a 0.25" bevel) And then the outer bevel's depth is equal to the inside and takes up the rest of the face of the frame. Hopefully that makes sense. If not hopefully the file gives some insight.
One of the important things about this file is it will give you the dimesion of the bottom which I couldn't do all the math to figure out on my own.
If you want to make a game accurate sized dimensions for the sword stand they are:
I cut the center panel a little smaller so I could wrap it in cloth I got from a fabric store. I believe the stand in the game has this really rough brown cotton texture on it but I used some black/gray cloth I found.
I have no idea how to upolster something so I just wrapped it and held it as tight as I could and used a staple gun to attach it to the wood panel.
After staining and protecting the finish I clamped it into the middle and screwed it in with a few screws.
Things I would do Differently
If I were to make another I would use a lighter material for the back and inner panels and I would've inset the back panel with a rabbet. I also wouldn't have stained the wood. I should've just spent a bit more money and gotten different wood instead of just using cheap stuff.
I'll include the STL for the weapon hanger I used for my sword but I think it really comes down to the thing you're trying to hang. It should be pretty easy to make your own in fusion or even Tinkercad.
Print SwordArm.stl twice and SwordArmPlate.stl once
In the game there is a brass plaque on the bottom of each of the stands but the texture is very low-res so I wasn't able to read it. I just downloaded a Hylian font and created a text file with the name of the weapon, the game it was from and the flavor text from the game. The modern Hylian font used in Breath of the Wild is the same as the Hylian used in A Link Between Worlds.
Breath of the Wild
A sword wielded by a hero in an ancient age. When grasped, a strange sense of nostalgia washes over you. Take it when going alone would otherwise be dangerous.
I am attempting to 3D print this but I don't think I can make it accurate enough and cheaply enough. Probably the best way is to laser etch some acrylic or something.
Example of plaque formatting
Example of 3D printed plaque. Printed vertically, sanded and painted.