An antique Japanese Ko Tansu (personal storage chest) made of Kiri (Paulownia) and Sugi (Cryptomeria) woods. All hand forged iron hardware including the Hikute drawer handles. and the Warabite side handles. Constructed using straight dovetail Japanese joinery as well as hardened wooden nails. Full moon lock plates, Atari handle stoppers and drawer front corner hardware complete this beautiful chest. Originally used as an all purpose storage chest in Japan, it would make an elegant side table in any home decor.
Age: Mid Meiji Era (1980-1890)
Dimensions: 26 1/4" Wide by 29 1/2" High by 14 1/2" Deep.