your tweeter looks a lot like a Velodyne. thumbs up!
just for your info. i inquired about that tweeter from Velodyne USA three years ago and according to them, it was commissioned to a Taiwanese firm. there was a problem in specs, so that model (as told) was rejected. i told them it sounds nice and cleaner than many US-made tweeters. i have three pairs of those as back up in case of busts in HF units of my major speakers. incidentally i pulled my tweeter units out of their plastic case (with the Velodyne mark) making them flexible for replacement for other dome-tweeter assemblies.
since this is a Daichi thread, just to share my previous experience. back in early '90s, the company commissioned a European designer to overhaul Daichi's speakers from local-looking to imported-looking, using wood veneer-like covers for boxes liberally. even the drivers changed into units comparable with foreign made. i bought four pairs of different model speaker systems at that time and my impression was that performance and looks indeed improved. however, the LF drivers still can't get down very low and the HF not as clean as some of those made outside. the company got my feedback since i was interested in distributing it in our province, which is another story.
of my 4 pairs, only one - a CB-100 floor stander - is being used now, only for experiment using other drivers and changing x'over circuits. the 3 other smaller units were given away to friends and officemates. for Daichi's price, vis-a-vis performance and looks, i'd say it's a bargain compared with some imported speakers including British-made. still got a few Daichi and China-made LF units here and Daichi, to my ears, sounded better. haven't bought any of the new Daichi speaker systems, however, but i guess they have improved significantly from those sold in late '80s and '90s.