Japanese vintage tall armoire made all of kiri (paulownia) wood. This single section cabinet opens with two hinged cabinet doors. The interior has it's original metal rod for hanging clothes, a smaller metal rod on the right hand door and it's original small rectangular mirror. At the base is a single large drawer...
This is a set of rounded table with 6 stools. They are from Japan but originally might be from Taiwan / Chinese. It measures 16" high by 32.75" wide by 32.75" deep It has beautiful burl grains on top and design. Table comes with a glass top. There are some scratches.
The size of chairs are 15" in diameter, 13.25 " tall.
This is a vintage Japanese kimono hanger. All pieces come apart , easy to store them. There are some chips, dents and lacquer coatings came off. Width of stand is 69". height is 60.25 , depth is 15.75 ". It comes in an original wooden box.
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 Japanese vase with nice workmanship flower.
it's early 20TH Century. szie: 7" high
(it has a little age hair-line.)
This is a vintage Japanese Haribako, sewing box with a mirror. It measures that 10.38 " tall, 12.75" wide, 7.75" deep. It is made of Tamo (Japanese ash), Tochinoki (Horse chestnuts) and Kiri (paulownia) wood. The compact size and combination of drawers makes this piece a great addition to your room. It is good for storing small work items of your accessories.
This is a vintage Japanese sewing box called Haribako that was used to store pins, spools of thread, thimbles, scissors and any accessories used for sewing. It measures that 12.13" tall, 13" wide, 8.5" deep. The unusual nature of this box is that it was constructed of solid Japanese Ash wood (called Toneriko). Due to the high cost and rarity of this wood it was generally used as a veneer or laminate...
This is an antique Japanese clothing chest or 2 section Isho tansu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's) . The dimensions are 41.75 inches tall , 35.5 inches wide and 16.25 inches deep. Constructed of Kiri ( paulownia ) wood
This is a 2 section antique Japanese kimono chest called Kanto Kasane Tansu. It measures 40.75 "tall, 37" wide, 16.5" deep. Made entirely of Paulownia wood (Kirinoki), it has a secret box hidden behind the lower drawer hidden behind the hinged door on the lower right corner of the piece.
The iron fittings were all hand made and original. Its age is from the 1880's to 1890's (mid Meiji era).
This is an antique Japanese clothing chest or 2 section Isho tansu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's) . The dimensions are 47 inches tall , 45.25 inches wide and 17.5 inches deep. Constructed of Kiri ( paulownia ) wood. The iron fittings were entirely hand made including the Mokko style handle pulls. There is a hinged door that hides 2 small drawers.
This is an antique Japanese clothing chest or 2 section Isho tansu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's) . The dimensions are 47.25 inches tall , 45.5 inches wide and 17.5 inches deep. Constructed of Kiri ( paulownia ) wood. The iron fittings were entirely hand made including the Mokko style handle pulls.
This is a 2 section authentic antique Japanese kimono chest called Kasane Tansu that measures 41.75" tall, 33.5" wide, 17.13" deep. It was made entirely of Paulownia (Kirinoki) wood and the metalworks on the drawers are one of the family crest, Fukura Suzume, sparrow inflated sparrow which has auspicious and good luck meanings.
Originally used to store Japanese silk kimonos, it can be used for daily clothes storage as well as being an attractive accent in any home decor.
This is an authentic antique Japanese merchant chest called Choba Tansu that measures 67.13" high by 36.25" wide by 15.25" deep. . It was made using Cypress (Hinoki) and Cryptomeria (Suginoki) woods and its age is from the 1880's to 1890's (mid Meiji era).
The Choba Tansu was used by merchants and was traditionally displayed prominently 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 authentic Japanese antique wedding kimono chest called Kannon Biraki that measures 40.75" high by 37" wide by 16.5" deep. Traditionally this type of tansu was commissioned to be made for the dowry of a girl born into a Japanese family. The Paulownia tree would be planted when she is born and fallen when she is of marrying age to make the piece.
When she is married, this tansu would be used to store her formal wedding kimono and kept in the family as part of her legacy...
This is an authentic antique Japanese merchant cabinet called Choba Tansu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's). It measures 35.13" tall, 34" wide, 15" deep. It has an original Urushi lacquer finish with a Zelkova (Keyaki) wood face and Cryptomeria (Suginoki) frame and drawer backs...
This is a traditional and authentic vintage 2 section stacking Japanese chest called Kimono Tansu that measures 65.375" high by 41.75" wide by 17.75" deep.
The hinged doors on the center section hides 6 Kimono/Obi trays that slide out and additional drawers. It was entirely constructed in Paulownia wood (Japanese Kirinoki).
This is a 2 section Kimono Isho Tansu that measures 60.5" high by 35.75" wide by 16.5" deep. The top section has 6 kimono/ obi tray which slide out nicely also, they can be taken out. This is entirely Kiri wood (Paulownia).
This is an vintage authentic 2 section kimono chest called Kamo Tansu that measures 68.5" high by 46.25" wide by 17.75" deep.Constructed of 100% Paulownia wood (Kirinoki) with a Mulberry (Kuwanoki) wood trim, its solid wood design will provide generations with functionality and beauty. It was made in the Niigata region of Japan and high quality Paulownia wood from the mountains of Aizu was used.
It has a secret compartment built-in to the small drawer on the left...