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A Chinese timber chest, probably Republic period, early 20th century, the table chest of drawers with a key operated removable front, with finger jointed edges, a pair of bronze 'C' scroll carry handles, a circular key plate and cast domed decorati

Antique Japanese metal bound two door chest concealing five full width internal drawers c.1860

Antique Japanese metal bound chest with multiple drawers c.1860

Antique Japanese metal bound chest on chest, the top section with two doors concealing two full width drawers c.1860

An Eastern travelling scholars chest, mid to late 19th century, probably Japanese or Korean, having camphorwood construction, elm and burr elm, veneer, with original iron and brass handles, drawer, locks, brass mounts, multiple fitted inner drawers and sli

19th century Japanese Kimono chest from the Nihonmatsu village combination of six drawers each centred by ornate roundel, steel handles and fittings in two parts

A large square-corner 'dragon', display cabinet, Liang'ge gui, the upper display shelf framed by shaped aprons pierced with a frieze of archaistic dragons above and a balustrade below carved in relief with dragons among cloud scrolls, above a p

A Japanese elm and pine sectional chest with five drawers. Height 100 cm, width 87 cm, depth 40 cm

Japanese red lacquered chest with decorative metal hardware

Sendai-Tansu Kimono chest Edo period elm wood, four long drawers above three mid-size and three short drawers, with brass hardware, with merchant's name to back. Height 100 cm. Width 57 cm. Depth 43 cm

An antique Japanese timber and iron chest, Meiji period, late 19th century, of travelling chest form with carry handles, having two shallow drawers, with a deeper drawer below flanked by a small drawer with a secret compartment to the rear, with iron work

A Japanese light paulownia tansu chest, with a configuration of full width drawer above numerous smaller drawers and cupboards, the lower section with two sliding doors. 90 cm x 38 cm x 99 cm

A Japanese metal bound paulownia wood two-sectional chest on chest, late Meiji period. 121 cm high, 117 cm wide, 52 cm deep

A Chinese Republic period chest, with a hinge-top and locking device. The front and top with incised carvings of Chinese landscapes, on bracket feet. 47 cm high, 90 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A Chinese huanghuali table-top chest, guanpixiang, Late Qing dynasty or Republic period of rectangular form with a bail handle on each side, the hinged domed cover set with brass ruyi-head corner mounts and chain, opening to reveal a separate compartment a

A Japanese metal bound elm chest, 18/19th century. 64 cm high, 82 cm wide and 40 cm deep

A c.1880s Japanese two section Nihonmatsu cedar kimono chest, a combination of three long drawers above another with small cupboard beside enclosing two further drawers, decorative black finished iron handles and binding. 105.5 cm x 43 cm x 108 cm

A miniature black and gold lacquer chest, Japanese, 19th century, 38 cm high, 32 cm wide, 13 cm deep

An unusual and well decorated Japanese lacquer and iron mounted Tansu chest, Edo period 17/18th century, 107 cm high, 95 cm wide, 43 cm deep

Japanese Tansu chest of two sections, each section with four glazed sliding doors. Height 169 cm. Width 180 cm. Depth 45 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Japanese cha-dansu [tea utensil and storage chest], with cupboards and small drawers with burr timber fascias. Height 94 cm, width 82 cm

Two section Japanese zelkova and lacquer mizuya [kitchen chest], Meiji period, the upper section with sliding cupboards above small drawers, the lower section with sliding cupboards. Height 172 cm, width 180 cm

Japanese 2 part chest with 5 drawers and 1 door, 106 cm wide, 99 cm high approx

Japanese timber chest with iron fittings, 79 cm wide, 37 cm high

Japanese chest with 2 drawers and 1 door, 116 cm wide, 60.5 cm high approx

Good Japanese Kaiden-dansu (step chest), Meiji period (1868-1912), with multiple drawers and sliding cupboards with forged metal warabite handles and backplates. Width 1,70 cm x Height 206 cm. Provenance: Purchased at the Sulu Gallery sale, Art and Object

Japanese two drawer travelling chest with iron brackets, 57 x 90 x 44 cm

Japanese sugi wood medicine chest from Sapporo, circa 1890s, 163 cm height, 170 cm width, 35 cm depth

A Japanese Tanzu chest. Two sectional with sliding doors, the lower section with two sling glazed doors and above five drawers each with iron hardware. 17 cm high,91 cm wide,48 cm deep

An unusual Eastern camphor wood travelling chest, possibly Korean or Japanese with various enclosed compartments and drawers, with brass mounts and handles

A Japanese lacquered chest on chest raised on an open base, colourful painted decoration of scenes, heavy metal mounts. Height 122 cm width 88 cm depth 53 cm

A rare Japanese 1880s Sendai kimono chest, the chestnut front with a combination of two full width drawers flanking five other drawers, two enclosed behind the small cupboard door, decorative sand cast iron handles and shaped back plates, large engraved ci

An early/mid-20th century Japanese Kyoto red lacquered chest of four full width drawers above two further drawers, brass drop handles, escutcheons and strapped mounts, iron side handles, good finish to the lacquer. 88 cm x 38 cm x 102 cm

An early 20th century Japanese cedar and paulownia two section kimono chest, two full width drawers above two ¾ width, flanked to one side by a cupboard enclosing three drawers above a further drawer, decoratively pierced, engraved and fret cut metal fitti

19th century Japanese money chest, senryo-Bako Cryptomeria wood with lacquer and heavily studded with iron

Early 20th century Japanese paulownia wood three section kimono storage chest, fitted with exterior drawers, 155 x 88 x 41 cm

A c.1880's Japanese Choba Dansu (shop) chest of medium to small size with two vertical slatted doors enclosing a small drawer with a further secret compartment enclosed, all above two short drawers and a full width drawer below, original shaped steel lock

An interesting Japanese chest of drawers each of the five drawers hand painted landscapes, with stone figure inserts and recessed shell handles 101 x 58 x 108 (some losses)

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