Antique Japanese, three section kiri or paulownia wood, stackable tansu. Each section has wrought iron fittings and hardware to stack the tansu and protect the tansu from damage. Each section is distinct in its design. The first section has a short cabinet with two sliding doors and five small drawers beneath it. The second section has a cabinet with three shelves. The shelves have cut outs so that one can pull the shelves out. One can re-arrange the order of the tansu to suit one's needs and preferences. Age: Meiji-Taisho Period, circa 1920. Size: height 61.25" width 16.5" length 36.75". Top section: 20.25"tall, middle: 20.25" tall, bottom: 20.5"tall.