An antique Japanese 2 section Buddhist altar called Butsudan with all original wood carving and lacquer work. Makie landscape art on the drawer fronts and sliding doors with Makie Phoenix motif to the interior floors. Two sets of doors open to an ornate interior featuring a dragon, flowers, a Toro and a plinth where Buddha would sit or stand. 3 side by side drawers at the bottom of the inner sanctum where small accessories were kept. Bottom section features a pull out tray, 4 drawers and doors covering a spacious storage area.
Age: Meiji Era (1880-1900)
Dimensions: 27″ Wide by 59 1/2″ High by 22″ Deep