Beautiful large antique Japanese ranma (transom), highly carved with pair of birds in flight and gnarled pine tree. Central carving wood is Keyaki (Elm), framing Hinoki (Japanese Cypress). Period: Meiji/Taisho. Early 20th Century.
Size: 87.5" length x 18.5" width x 1.5" thick.
Beautiful late Edo period (circa 19 century) small bar tansu made of keyaki wood, beautiful original finish, round wrought iron handles with locking bar, chest from the Tohoku area, includes hand forged iron stand.
Measures 24" high x 18.5" wide x 14.5" deep.
Chinese table/stand with two two tiers, made of nice hardwood with medium brown color, elegantly carved details, early 1900's.
Size: 34 1/2" high (22" high lower table surface), 28 1/4" wide x 12 1/4" deep.
A fabulous two section Japanese Sado Island Isho Tansu made of burl Keyaki wood with Sugi frame and Kiri wood interior dating from the Meiji period (c.1900), with beautiful forged iron fittings on a lacquer finish, all original and in top condition, 3 keys.
Size: L 45.5" x H 45" x D 17"
Antique Chinese tall side table or stand, made of hardwood with extensive bone inlay of birds, flowers, bats, clouds, and animals; lower shelf pierced carved with design of bats and flower, top surface inlaid with
5 pieces of blue and white glazed porcelain with scenes of figures in rural settings, c. 1900's.
Size: 28" high x 17 1/2" wide x 17 1/2" deep.
Japanese Meiji Period (c1900) two-section "Isho" tansu from the Yonezawa area, with beautiful figured Keyaki wood drawer faces and black trim with a reddish lacquered wash on the Sugi wood frame. Original finish! Iron metal fittings with the distinctive Yonezawa cherry blossom locks and "Moko" (melon) drawer pulls. Has a set of three
keys, one of which opens the safe to interior drawers. A fantastic piece.
Size: length 44.25" x height 37.5" x depth 17.5"