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1stdibs - Antique Medicine Chest 1860S-1920S/drawer Storage Wabisabi Mingei Japanese Meiji Chestnut, Cedar
An old Japanese medicine chest. It is a furniture of Meiji era (1860s-1920s). The materials used are mainly chestnut and cedar wood. The grain of the wood is beautiful. It is miraculous that all drawer handles remain. The drawers move smoothly. It is in the best condition. This is a very rare piece of furniture. We especially recommend it. Weight: 8.5 kg.
Tasha S. saved to Decoration Inspiration
Asian Japanese (Circa 1860) Meiji period black lacquered etagere cabinet adorned with fine gilt decoration and hardware raised on a base.
nancy lang saved to japanese crafts
This is a very old Japanese drawer. This item is from the Meiji era (1860s-1900s). It is made of cedar wood. This is a very old Japanese drawer. It is from the Meiji era (1860s to 1900s). It is made of cedar wood. It is a simple and beautiful drawer. It is a simple design with no waste. It is the ultimate in simplicity. The black color is also beautiful. It is very rare. The drawers move smoothly and are in good condition. The inside of the drawer has been cleaned and is in good condition…
Carter Design Interiors saved to WRANGLING
A Japanese Meji period tansu clothing chest in the Sendai Isho-dansu style, made of Keyaki wood with hand-cut iron hardware. Born during the 19th century, this keyaki (elm) wood tansu is a fine example of Japan's traditional mobile cabinetry. Featuring a lacquered finish with muted red tone, this clothing chest presents a rectangular top, sitting above a perfectly organized façade. A long upper drawer at the top is followed by three medium sized ones on the left, while the right side…
Britannia Fine Antique Silver Hollowware page one includes teapots water pitchers vases candlesticks julep cups sauce boats cocktail shakers
Vladimir saved to Antique silver
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"…
sharukh anklesaria saved to Quick Saves
Studio Earthenware Vase by Ito Tozan, Meiji (1868-1912) Period It is 7.5 inches (19 cm) tall by 6 inches (15 cm) wide. It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, or cracks. Our Guarantee: We stand behind all of the items that we sell. That is to say, if you purchase an item from us and are unhappy with it for any reason, return it for a 100% refund of the amount you originally paid. All you need to do is return the item to us within 10 days of receipt and in the same condition that we…
Brenda Yim saved to Vase & Jar《Japanese》
Declaration: Antique Fine Quality Japanese 19th Century Bronze Vase C1850 has been declared an antique and was approved for sale on sellingantiques.co.uk.
Paul Huber saved to Metalwork,Asian
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Kimberly Cole saved to Cool Stuff