Small Japanese vanity tansu with seven drawers and two sliding doors, the front done in a variety of hardwoods, panels in gorgeous dark Jichimu (chickenwing wood) framed in rosewood, another set of sliding doors done in Keyaki wood, with brass handles and a beautiful lacquered black interior. Taisho period (1912-1926)
Size: 13.5" height, 13.5" width, 9.5" depth
Chinese desk with matching chair made of rosewood. The desk has five drawers with brass rectangular pulls. The chair is adorned with small flowers in the upper corners of the back. The desk measures 22" deep 46" wide 31" tall. 20th century.
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.
New single section mizuya (kitchen tansu), made of solid elm wood with medium light finish, heavy iron hardware including hirute shaped drawer pulls, vertical slats on four sliding panels.
Size: 37" high x 78 3/4" wide x 20 3/4" deep.
Chinese Shandong area low coffer table with two drawers, great iron hardware, beautiful rustic country look, great end table or stool, very strong, made of jumu (elm) wood, est. 70 years old.
Size: 19 1/4" high x 27 1/2" wide x 15" 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.