This is traditional Hibachi made of thick Keyaki (zelkova ) wood from Early Showa period (1920s-1940's) done in excellent construction works. The dimensions are 16 inches tall ,50.75 inches wide and 35.5 inches deep
This is a Japanese lacquer Kannon Biraki Isho Tansu.The dimensions are 39.63 inches tall , 31 inches wide and 15.5 inches deep. It is made of Kiri (Paulownia) and Keyaki ( zelkova ) wood. It has a year written on the back of door , Showa 11 ( 1936 ) .
This is a Japanese tea chest called Cha Tansu / Mizuya that measures 47.75" high by 35.5" wide by 16.88" deep. Made with Hinoki ( cypress ) and bamboo. It is made to use for Japanese tea ceremony. It has beautiful sliding doors.
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 merchant desk called Tsukue that measures 14" tall, 47.5" wide and 23.25 " deep. from Taisho period (1910's -1920's). It has a secret compartment on the right side and constructed of maple (momiji) and paulownia (kiri) woods.
Beautiful Hikidashi Tansu, small drawers box that measures 18.125" high by 13.75" wide by 13.5" deep from late Meiji period ( 1900's- 1910's). It is made of Kiri ( paulownia ), Tamo ( Japanese ash ), Keyaki ( zelkova ), Sugi ( cedar ) and Kaki ( persimmon ) wood. Ideal for your desk.
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 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.
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.
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.