Browse similar items

Full Catalog

Japanese Haribako Mulberry Wood Chest with Hidden Drawers, Tansu
click for detailed views


Unusual Japanese Haribako with four drawers that can be opened by inserting a finger in the backside of each drawer. This small chest was intended to be used as a sewing box for making kimono. Today one could use it to store small treasures and without handles it would make for an interesting conversation piece. Made of mulberry wood it is in very good vintage condition and measures 11.25 inches high, 10" wide, 5.75" deep. Dates Showa era, circa 1920-30s