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Cypress Wood Futon Tansu Cabinet, Japan Meiji Period


A two section cypress wood futon tansu with original steel hardware in remarkable restored condition. The interior depth of this cabinet measures 23 inches. Japan, Meiji period, late 19th-early 20th century.


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    H 56 in. x W 70.5 in. x D 30.75 in.

    H 142.24 cm x W 179.07 cm x D 78.11 cm

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    San Francisco, CA
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