This is an antique Japanese 2 section Merchant display tansu from Late Meiji (1900's-1910's). It measures that 65.75" tall, 71.5" wide, 16.75" deep. This tansu is originally used at the store and it made of Sugi (cedar) and Hinoki (cypress) wood. Top section has sliding doors and 2 large shelves which are ideal to display various items. Lower section has 4 drawers which can store and organize many pieces.
This is a 2 section authentic antique Japanese stacking chest called Tohoku Kasane Tansu. It is made entirely of Kiri (Paulownia) wood. The quality of craftsmanship and attention to detail makes this piece a unique treasure to own and use. It measures that 44.75" tall, 38.25" wide, 17.75" deep.
The age of this tansu is circa 1880's to 1890's from the mid Meiji era. The hardware was entirely hand made and it features the raised tea leaf design on the corners of each drawer.
A rare example of a mid-century rocker recliner in the Woodard Sculptura line. So rare that Woodard staffers came by my booth at High Point to see what they had never seen before. The rocker is made with the metal mesh typical of the Sculptura line and features an extendable foot rest and rocking mechanism. Original white paint. 41" high by 29" wide by 36" deep. In near mint condition.
A Jazz Age Art Deco standing flatware box or chest from the 1930s. This unusual beauty has a silver and red paper Deco design over wood construction and it has a fitted interior. It measures 14-1/2" wide, 5" deep and it stands 11-3/4" tall when resting on its base. It has a silver plated clasp on the hinged lid which opens to reveal the plush-lined fitted interior which has a WM. A. ROGERS silk banner...
This is a vintage Japanese 2 section Cha Tansu made of Tamo (Japanese Ash) in the front, Horse Chestnut (Tochinoki) for the case, and Paulownia wood (Kirinoki) for the drawer backs. It measures that 57.75" tall, 34.25" wide, 13.25" deep. Typically used in the guest entertaining room of the house. The shallow dimension of this tansu allows for placement in even the most narrow of hallways or entryways.
This is an antique Japanese 2 section Merchant display tansu from Late Meiji (1910's-1920's). It measures that 61.5" tall, 60.25" wide, 18" deep. This tansu is originally used at the store and it made of Sugi (cedar) and Hinoki (cypress) wood. Top section has sliding doors and 2 large shelves which are ideal to display various items. Lower section has 4 drawers which can store and organize many pieces.
This is a vintage Japanese 2 section tea chest called Cha Tansu from early Showa (1920-1940's). It measures that 65.5" tall, 40.75" wide, 14" deep.
Constructed from Maple (Momiji), Horse Chestnut (Tochinoki), Mulberry (Kuwa) and Paulownia (Kirinoki) woods, this cabinet was used to store tea sets and items used for tea service to entertain guests. The shelves were used for seasonal display.
A very nice wrought and spring steel garden loveseat in the style of Francois Carre. This is a vintage item but the style is one of the earliest of the Carre designs with a sprung steel back of vertical slats and a sunburst seat with curled wrought iron arms. The bench is 35" high by 37" wide by 26" deep. In very good condition.
This is an authentic antique Japanese 2 section Shonai Kasane Tansu with a secret compartment used for kimono and textile storage. It measures that 41.75" tall ,34.63" wide,17.13" deep...
This is an authentic antique Japanese 2 section Shonai Kasane Tansu used for kimono and textile storage. It measures 49.25" tall, 35.63" wide and 166.88" deep...
Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company made the G22 in 1941. This will glow under a black light. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
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This is a vintage Japanese tea chest called Cha Tansu. Constructed from Momiji (Birds eye maple), Horse Chestnut (Tochinoki), and Paulownia (Kirinoki) woods. It measures that 44.38" tall, 30.75" wide, 13.75" deep.This cabinet was used to store tea sets and items used for tea service to entertain guests. There are removable sheves inside. It has beautiful wooden grain throughout.
This settee with its wonderful tall and wide back gives it such an elegant look, and with its elaborate stretchers and cabriole legs that are painted green with gilt detail of a floral and shell motif it’s a great accent piece in a room and would make a statement. . (Covered in its original fabric). Size: 46” high x 68” wide x 27” deep
This is a 2 section kitchen chest called Mizuya Tansu that comes from the Kansai region of Japan. It measures 65" tall, 59.25" wide, 16.75" deep. It was constructed using Cypress (Hinoki), Zelkova (Keyaki), and Cryptomeria (Suginoki) woods. Originally kept in an old Japanese farm home, it was used to store dishes, pots of water, and eating utensils.
It would make a great statement in any room of the house as well as functionality as a storage unit.
This is a vintage Japanese Kyodai, vanity / make-up chest made of Kuwa (mulberry), Kuri (chestnuts), Kiri (paulownia), and Kaki (persimmon) wood. It measures 31.5" tall, 19.13" wide, 10" deep. It comes with multiple drawers and you can place on the tables ,also you can kneel in front of it. Mirror is removable.
A charming vintage wrought iron garden table with foliate decorative elements rising from the stem, American ca 1940. The table is 27" high with a 38" circular glass top. Painted dark chocolate; in good condition.
This is a very nice Spanish Breakfast Table from the middle part of the 20th century made from solid and thick pine, consisting of a massive rectangular top sitting upon a pair of harp shaped legs connected to each other thanks to a straight stretcher providing stability and sturdiness. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1950. Dimensions 32"high/ 60"long/ 22 ½"deep.
Great suite of matched armchairs and also upholstered well.
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