|Title:||Japanese 9' kuyshaku mizuya|
|Size:||72.00" x 107.50" x 21.00"|
Japanese massive, kyushaku mizuya, kitchen pantry storage chest from the Kyoto area. Originally used in a large residence or traditional inn. The two sectional chest of keyaki, zelkova wood for the door panels and drawers and sugi, crypotomeria and hinoki for the body and frame. Upper section with sliding doors, with vertical slats, above five drawers. On the right, a smaller pair of sliding panels with wire mesh for food aeration and five small drawers below. All sliding doors with black and red lacquer detail. With minor signs of wear (some scratches in lacquer), due to age. Meiji Period (1868 1912). 72" high x 107.5" wide x 21" deep.
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