This is a lacquered wooden Ko Tansu, small box from Late Meiji period (1890's-1910's). It was constructed of Paulownia ( Kiri ) wood, Hourse chestnut ( Tochinoki ) and Zelkova ( Keyaki ) which shows beautiful wooden grains. It measures 8.5" high by 13.25" wide by10.25" deep.
This is a 2 section stacking Kimono chest called Isho Tansu. It measures 64.88" high by 42" wide by 18" deep.
It was constructed entirely of Paulownia wood (Japanese Kirinoki) and there are 5 large trays and 2 small trays for Obi/ Kimono and drawers in the top section. There is Mulberrry wood (Kuwanoki) trim and fitting.
This is a 2 section stacking Japanese chest called Kamo Kimono Tansu that measures 68.13" high by 47.68" wide by 17.75" deep. . It was entirely constructed in thick Paulownia wood (Japanese Kirinoki). Because this is high-end tansu, removing the bottom drawer in the lower section, there is a secret compartment, also removing the middle drawer on top section, you can lock 2 drawers on the both sides. Its age is from late 1900's.
A Japanese vase with nice workmanship flower.
it's early 20TH Century. szie: 7" high
(it has a little age hair-line.)
This is a Kyodai, 2 section vanity from Taisho period (1910's-1920's). It measures 51" high by 56" wide by 15.75" deep. is made of Tochinoki ( horse chestnut ) , Kiri ( paulownia ), Kaya ( inside ) wood and exterior is unknown. Some pieces of metal came off on the door.
This is Naga hibachi, Kanto style rectangular shaped brazier made from burled keyaki ( zelkova ) , kiri ( paulownia ) kaki ( persimmon ) and Hinoki ( cypress ) wood from Taisho period (1910's-1920's). It measures 15.5" high by 29.5" wide by 17.25" deep.It comes in many original accessories.
Contemporary Japanese kaidon tansu, staircase with openings on both sides. It has a variety of drawer sizes and cabinets with sliding doors on both sides. It is fitted with wrought iron handles and hardware. It is three pieces that fit together atop a small base. It measures 62" tall 16"deep 61" long at base.
This is beautiful Japanese koro incense burner
by Shohei Nakashizu 1929- present.
He study at Miyanohara ken studio and he won
many prized jas mark to the bottom.
Size 4in height, 5.1/2in diameter.
Box size 6.1/2in X 6 in.
This great koro is very fine condition with No damage.