A fine example of a two part Korean Tansu cabinet, the upper case with four fitted small drawers at the top, the upper and lower case each with two central doors, opening to a storage compartment lined with paper decorated with Korean characters, all supported by an attached carved base. The case is decorated with brushed butterfly hardware, with fish form locks on each set of doors (key included). Probably constructed with elmwood, dating to the early 20th century, in fine overall condition, with some shrinkage cracks, other imperfections, corner losses, and expected surface wear from age and use. Dimensions: 57 ¾” h x 39 ¼” w x 18 ¼” d.
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