This is a Japanese antique sword chest called Katana Dansu from the Early Meiji ( 1870's- 1880's ) made of Kiri ( paulownia ) wood. The dimensions are 17.75 inches tall , 44.75 inches wide and 12.25 inches deep.
This is an antique Japanese 4section stacking stair chest called Kaidansu from Early Meiji period ( 1870's - 1880's). It measures 89" high by 79.38" wide by 29.5" deep. It was constructed with Zelkova wood (Japanese Keyaki), Cypress wood (Hinoki) and Cedar wood (Suginoki).
Because it is incredible piece, the Keyaki wooden grains continue to the different section since it is made of same wood.
English 19th century burl walnut highboy in 18th C Georgian style. Elegant queen Anne carved legs on the base. Cross banded drawers and pullout lined folding shelf or press. Hand made brass pulls dove tail construction some 20th century refurbishing to drawer runners.
Lovely solid oak American hall tree with mirror and bench. This condition is perfect, and it measures 6'10" tall x 39" wide. There is a bench that lifts up so you can put shoes, gloves or anything else that you want to hide inside. It has hooks for hats and/or coats and a very pleasing shape.
This is a 1 piece tea chest called Cha Tansu that measures 47.75" wide by 52" high by 18" deep. Made of Zelkova (Keyaki) door panels and drawer fronts and Cedar (Suginoki) for the balance of the piece, it was lacquered in rich Urushi and retains its natural wood grain. Behind the sliding doors are decorative shelves where seasonal decorations could be displayed.
Its age is from the 1890's to 1900 (mid Meiji era).
This is an authentic antique sword chest /cabinet called Katana Tansu that dates from the Early Meiji period (1870's-1880's). It was constructed entirely from Paulownia (Kirinoki) wood. The dimensions are 13.25 inches tall , 47.5 inches wide and 14.5 inches deep.
Katana Tansu were specialty chests with several long drawers used for the storage of sword blades and sword fittings. They were used primarily by blade polishers ...
2 section Merchant chest or Choba Dansu is from the Early Meiji period ( 1870's - 1880's) from Tochigi prefecture. It measures 44.75" high by 35.75" wide by 18.75" deep. It is made of burl Keyaki ( zelkova / elm ) and Kiri ( paulownia ) wood. The Choba Dansu was used by merchants and was traditionally used in shops to impress customers. These chests display elaborate metal hardware that is meant to make it look important and catch the eye of the customer...
This is a 2 section antique Japanese stacking clothing chest called Kasane Kiri Isho Tansu.The dimensions are 39.63 inches tall , 37.25 inches wide and 16.5 inches deep. It is made of 100% Kiri (Paulownia) wood.
The age of this tansu is circa 1880 to 1890 from the mid Meiji era.
This is a Japanese antique medicine chest called Kusuri Dansu from the late Edo period (1850's-1860's) made of Kiri ( paulownia ) and Sugi ( cedar) wood. It measures 35.25" high by 35.25" wide by 7.63" deep. Used by a pharmicist, its purpose was for the storage of herbs and medicines. This type of chest has become increasingly rare over the years.
This is a large 2 section Mizuya Dansu, or a kitchen chest from the Late Meiji period (1890's-1910's). It measures 67.25" high by 70.75" wide by 20.5" deep.It is made of Keyaki (Zelkova), Sugi (Cedar) and Hinoki (Cypress) woods. This beautiful tansu is perfect for any kitchen, dining room or living room.
This is a 2 section antique Japanese stacking chest called Kiri Kasane Tansu from 1880 to 1890 from the mid Meiji era.It measures 40.75" high by 38.25" wide by 16.75" deep. It is made of Kiri (Paulownia) wood. It has elegant butterfly lockplate and Sho-chiku-bai motif handles.
This is a 2 section antique Japanese stacking chest called Kiri Kasane Tansu from 1880 to 1890 from the mid Meiji era. It measures 40.5" high by 37.88" wide by 16.88" deep. It is made of Kiri (Paulownia) wood. The hinged door on the bottom right opens to reveal 2 additional drawers hidden from view. As if this wasn't enough, the tansu maker added one additional secret box to the piece. Also, back of drawers has a small wooden piece which can be sliding out for secret compartment. (see photo).
This is a large 2 section Mizuya Dansu, or a kitchen chest from the Late Meiji period (1890's-1910's) that measures 68.5" high by 102" wide by 22.25" deep. It is made of Keyaki (Zelkova), Sugi (Cedar) and Hinoki (Cypress) woods. This beautiful tansu is perfect for any kitchen, dining room or living room.
American Renaissance Revival Cylinder Roll Secretary, circa 1875, in two sections, of rare small size with a single rather than double doors, with a burled walnut veneer over solid walnut paneled cylinder roll and burled walnut raised panels on the drawer fronts (the middle drawer panels have an age crack in the veneer which is otherwise complete and tight). The slide out writing surface has a replaced genuine leather dark green writing surface...
China Trade, mid 19th Century Camphor Wood Chest (Camphor Wood is highly prized for its fragrance and insect repelling qualities, and furniture made of Camphorwood was brought back by sailors and sea captains returning from trading missions around the world), unusual small size, still beautifully fragrant, with original brass binding and lift handles, original finish, lock missing, 24-3/4" X 12-1/2" X 10-1/2"H...
Lovely early 19th century two drawer drop leaf worktable, tiger maple with cherry drawers. The drawers are all chamfered on the bottom, and the piece measures 29" tall x 20" wide x 20 1/2" deep, and 39 1/2" wide when the leaves are up. It is in wonderful original condition.
Beautiful little three drawer drop leaf work table, early 19th century, made of mahogany as the main wood and the drawers decorated in tiger maple. It is in excellent original condition, with the bottom of all the drawers chamfered. It measures 30" tall x 19 1/2" wide x 24" deep when the sides are down, and 40" wide when both sides are up. It has its original brass pulls.
Lovely early one piece pine corner cabinet with two doors on each the top and bottom. It measures 81" tall x 40" wide x 21" deep. The inside of the doors are all chamfered, and the cabinet is in beautiful original condition.