This is a vintage Japanese Ko Tansu, small chest that measures 35" high by 17.25" wide by 13.5" deep. It was constructed in Paulownia wood (Japanese Kirinoki) and cedar (Japanese Sugi).
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
Pair of Vintage Asian Lacquer Cabinets on stands. 10" deep, 16" wide, 20,5" high,
A beautiful camphor wood cabinet from China with fine carving and drawers/nice metal decor-fixtures. The main cabinet has 2 doors which slide inward along the sides for a computer, screen or TV etc. and the back side has a sliding wooden opening for electrical cables etc. Very nice condition, free standing, size: H. 178cm x W. 97 cm. x D. 66 cm. (70" x 38" x 26"). For more photographs please see our item # 576428
ideal for a siheyuan courtyard house center part missing
Chinese lacquered altar table or bench with everted flange ends and s-curved supports comprised of four poles bowing outward and terminating into a base block. There are signs of wear on the top panel. Age: Mid-20th century. Size: 17 ¾” high x 47 1/4"m wide x 13 ¾” deep (45.1 x 120 x 34.9 cm)
A Japanese vase with nice workmanship flower.
it's early 20TH Century. szie: 7" high
(it has a little age hair-line.)
Elegant Ma Jiang (Majiang, Mahjong) table hard carved with solid northern elm wood. Completely hand made, accompanying this table is two large northern official chairs in northern elm wood, dark black paint which is both contemporary and traditional. Make a grand statement to pair the two chairs together or place them separately in your study or living room. The table comes with very elegant mortise and tenon technique and has a horse hoof legs...
18th c. Chinese Chippendale-style horseshoe-back armchairs, a curved top rail joined w/pierced back splats; overall green painted faux bamboo frame with plank seats, on bundled faux bamboo legs and stretchers. Late 20th Century. 38 one half inches H X 27 and one half inches wide X 20 inches D. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply...
Very attractive camphor wood Cabinet in the Qing style, doors slide inwards along the sides to allow for electronic equipment such as computer, screen, smaller tv or stereo/DVD etc. Back of cabinet has artistic sliding opening for electrical wiring etc. condition: excellent, size: H. 178.5 cm x W. 167 cm x D. 75cm
Tall Chinese hexagonal table with marble top. Republic Period (circa 1920).
32 1/2" high x 14 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" deep.
Chinese cabinet made of jumu (elm) wood with tapering A-line design, deep translucent red lacquer finish, two drawers at bottom, 2 removable shelves inside, 74" high x 39 1/2" wide x 21" deep.
Vintage Korean kitchen cabinet in traditional style, made of elm wood, sliding panels are slatted and backed with rice paper, small drawers on top and middle (including 2 hidden drawers!). 65" high x 37 3/4" wide x 17 1/4" deep.
This is a 2 section stacking Japanese chest called Kamo Kimono Tansu that measures 67.75" high by 41.75" 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 middle section, you can lock 2 drawers on the both sides. It has a sticker on the side which means that this is from Kamo Tansu accociation...
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 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.