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A five drawer Japanese storage cabinet. Height 30. Width 180 cm. Depth 45

A Japanese elm Tansu cabinet, early Taisho period. 77 cm high, 186 cm wide, 45 cm deep

A vintage Japanese two height boxwood cabinet fitted with seven drawers and four blind sliding doors and a pair of grilled sliding doors to centre 152 x 140 x 44 cm

A fine Japanese Meiji Shodana cabinet, circa 1900, carved in relief with birds, blossom branches and openwork panels, of asymmetric design surmounted by dragon moulded cornice, the panel doors embellished with lacquer and hand painted typical scenes, each

Large Japanese tansu cabinet, divides into 3 parts, each with handles on the sides, 125 cm wide, 159 cm high

A Japanese bamboo and lacquer tambour compartment cabinet. Height 138 cm, width 85 cm, depth 34 cm.

A Japanese metal bound red lacquer tea cabinet, late Meiji period. 65 cm high, 59 cm wide, 32 cm deep

A pair of Japanese gold lacquer and ivory miniature cabinets, Meiji Period with two doors and interior drawers, all finely decorated. 12 cm high, 13.2 cm wide, 8 cm deep

A Chinese Qing period rosewood display cabinet, with multi/shelves, and raised bird and floral decoration. 127 cm high, 56 cm wide, 33 cm deep

A late 19th century Japanese marquetry Tansu miniature cabinet

Large Japanese 2 height cabinet / Tansu, with sliding door upper and lower sections, the lower with inside drawers and shelves, divides into 2 parts, 180 cm wide, 75 cm deep, 170 cm high

Early Japanese ladies compendium cabinet on stand, with black lacquered exterior, ornately decorated lid, gilt adorned lacquer fitted interior, 39.5 cm wide, 81 cm high (closed)

Impressive & important antique Meiji period (1862-1912) Japanese multi shelf display cabinet, finely decorated in gilt and fitted with bronze mounts, approx 169 cm high, 130 cm wide, 65 cm deep

Japanese 2 door cabinet, interior fitted with 2 drawers, 20th century. Height 97 cm, width 75 cm, depth 38 cm

Japanese tanzu cabinet, with 2 sliding doors over 4 drawers, 191 cm wide, 63 cm deep, 106 cm high

A Qing period corner cupboard with four doors and applied figures and landscapes. Provenance: Singapore. 130 cm high, 90 cm wide, 54 cm deep

A Japanese lacquered pine step cabinet with multiple tiers housing cupboards and drawers, iron handles, 136 x 232 x 64 cm

A fine Japanese black and gold lacquer shrine cabinet, Meiji/Taisho period, early 20th century. 192 cm high, 118 cm wide and 80 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 Japanese lacquered wood display cabinet, early 20th century, surmounted by an impressive pediment depicting a dragon and two phoenix, supported on a separate base with a deeply carved apron of exotic flowers, 216 cm high, 116 cm wide and 57 cm deep. *for

A Japanese hardwood rectangular display cabinet, early 20th century, with two shelves, 168 cm high, 83 cm wide and 44 cm deep

Antique Japanese Export specimen wood inlaid table cabinet

Large Japanese tanzu cabinet 167 cm wide, 67 cm deep, 95 cm high approx

Small Japanese tanzu / cabinet with two long drawers over one long drawer and two short drawers. Iron handles and fittings

An impressive Japanese lacquer and mother of pearl inlaid cabinet, Meiji period, of rectangular form with an arrangement of sliding panels, drawers and doors with brass mounts and lock plates, all finely inlaid in mother-of-pearl with exotic birds amongst

Small Japanese Shibayama cabinet, Meiji period (1868-1912), with ivory panels inlaid in Shibayama style with blossoming sprays, the wood frames and the blue painted panels decorated in gold lacquer. 96.5 cm x 52.5 cm

Japanese lacquer kodanso (cabinet), Meiji/Taisho period (1868-1926), decorated in gold takamaki-e, hiramaki-eand nashiji with mountainous river landscapes. Length 18.5 cm

Japanese multi drawer filing cabinet, 145 cm height, 76 cm width, 36 cm depth

Japanese oak office cabinet from Nagoya, Japan, circa 1920s, 222 cm height, 255 cm width, 42 cm depth

A fine lacquer and gilt bronze mounted cabinet on stand, Japanese, Meiji Period (1868-1912). 58 cm high, 73 cm wide, 40 cm deep

Black lacquer writing cabinet, Japanese c. 1860, with raised gilt decoration of birds, flowers and scrolls, two cupboard doors open to reveal eight small drawers and six open shelves, with writing slope below. Height 215 cm. Width 125 cm. Depth 58 cm. Prov

A Japanese tansu, early Meiji period in pine and mixed timbers configured asymmetrically with one long drawer above two short drawers above a pair of sliding doors beside three short drawers, above two drawers beside a small cupboard door opening to reveal

Chinese tea set for two in cane basket, Japanese mask and gilded cabinet plate

An antique Japanese pine Todana, Meiji period (1868-1912), the deep cabinet with a door enclosing space for hanging or shelves, a drawer to the base, the door decorated with narrow battens and blind fretwork, the sides battened. Height 173 cm. Width 99 cm.