Antique Japanese kyodai (vanity box with mirrors). With three hinged mirrors that close inward. The back mirror swivels up and down. The box has 8 drawers of various sizes. The box is carved with peony flowers. The backs of the mirror panels are carved so that when it is closed they display large peony flowers on one panel and a fu-dog on the other. Carved all over with a faceted texture and finished with red and black negoro lacquer.
Age: Taisho Period (1912-1926)
Dimensions: 46″ high x 27 1/4″ wide (box) x 12 3/4″ deep. 42″ wide when all the way open.