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A carved and open worked wood Japanese wardrobe-dresser with ivory and hard stones inlays. From the late 19th century - early 20th century  213x145x46 cm

A carved and openworked wood Japanese wardrobe-dresser with ivory and hard stones inlays. From the late 19th century - early 20th centu Armario-aparador japonés en madera tallada y calada con incrustaciones en hueso y piedras duras, de finales del siglo XIX-principios del siglo XX Algunos desperfectos en las puertas 213x145x46 cm Japanischer Anrichtetisch aus geschnitztem und tiefem Holz mit Einlegearbeiten aus Knochen und Hartgestein, vom Ende des 19. bis Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts…

Antique Japanese Kansai Area Issho Tansu . : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

A large Kansai area issho tansu made from keyaki and sugi woods. Copper handles are used on the sliding door panels and a special cabinet with a lock is set on the bottom area of the chest. Tansu such as these were often placed in the private quarters of the home and clothes, family documents, and important objects were placed inside. Age: Meiji Period Size: Length 45.75" Width 18.25" Height 60"

Antique Japanese Keyaki Choba Tansu.

Very charming Japanese choba tansu (merchant's chest) made from very beautiful keyaki (zelkova) wood, horizontal slats on its sides, decorative iron hardware including diamond shaped handles with incised scrolling vines, hirute drawer handles, and a cloud-shaped lockplate for a small hinged door with three small drawers inside. Dates from the Meiji period (1868-1912). Original Condition Size: 30" height, 25.75" width, 13.25" depth

Asian Japanese (circa 1880) Meiji period black lacquered étagère cabinet adorned with fine gilt decoration and hardware raised on a base.

Asian Japanese (Circa 1860) Meiji period black lacquered etagere cabinet adorned with fine gilt decoration and hardware raised on a base.

Antique Japanese Two Section Keyaki Burl  Tansu (item #1339211)

New Shipment Unusual Japanese two-section tansu, with gorgeous Keyaki (elm) burl front, and Sugi (cedar) sides, with original lacquer finish. The design is highly unusual with three sets of sliding doors, one with glass panels, various size drawers and a lift-away panel with a charming natural burl handle. Meiji age (1868-1912) Size: 40.5" L x 19.5" W x 61.5" H

Japanese Antique Keyaki Choba (Merchant's Tansu). Meiji Period (1868-1912)

Antique Japanese choba tansu (merchant's chest), keyaki (elm) wood front, sugi (cryptomeria) wood frame, 2 drawers on top, 6 drawers of various sizes on bottom portion, middle portion has sliding panels with horizontal slats of keyaki wood with sugi wood panels, behind sliding panel on right hand side are two shelves and two small interior drawers with keyaki wood fronts and iron hardware, behind the sliding panel on the left side is one interior shelf, extensive iron hardware on…

Antique Japanese Copper Lamp with Peonies (item #1318379, detailed views)

Antique Japanese copper hanging lamp, Meiji period, 1868-1912. This is a beautiful lantern with panels decorated with peonies in a field of arabesques. Three smaller hanging blossoms hang off the top of the lantern. The lantern has two doors that open and are fastened shut with a decorated arm. The lower register is decorated with panels incised with a repeating wave design. The feet of the lantern are petal or leaf shaped, decorated with an incised arabesque design. It measures 18" tall 11"…