An antique Japanese Okidoko (display stand for a Tokonoma, a reception room) made of Kakinoki (Persimmon) and Keyaki (Zelkova) woods. Originally it was used to showcase Ikebana flower arrangements, special porcelain vases, Japanese sculptures, or seasonal displays. It will work in a contemporary setting to elevate and display any myriad of items.
Age: Early Taisho (circa 1912-1920)
Dimensions: 47 1/2″ Wide by 5″ High by 16 1/2″ Deep