A rare Japanese antique Sado Island Child’s Kimono Tansu made of Kirinoki (Paulownia) and Suginoki (Cryptomeria) woods. Original natural Urushi wiped lacquer finish with hand forged iron hardware. The lock plates feature cranes and sea turtles that symbolize longevity and the drawer corners feature stylized clouds.
Children’s kimono tansu are quite rare to find since they had to be custom made by the tansu maker. They were usually commissioned by a wealthy family as a way to lavish their child.
Age: Late Edo Era (1850-1860)
<br.Dimensions: 36" Wide by 35 1/8" High by 16 1/2" Deep