Japanese Taishō Mizuya Dansu Kitchen Two Toned Cabinet with Sliding Doors
DimensionsW: 45" | D: 16.5" | H: 50.5"
A Japanese Taisho period Mizuya Dansu two toned kitchen cabinet from the early 20th century, with sliding doors, drawers and brass hardware. Created in Japan during the Taisho period in the early years of the 20th century, this two part Mizuya Dansu kitchen cabinet features a rectangular top sitting above a carefully designed façade, typical of the Japanese mastery of cabinetry. Presenting a two-toned structure, the façade is made of an arrangement of sliding doors and drawers, all fitted with brass hardware.
The sides are made of recessed panels adorned with a red lacquer while the back is, of course, more distressed. The ensemble is raised on a simple plinth. With its clean lines, good proportions and two toned patina, this Japanese Taisho period Mizuya compound cabinet from the early 20th century will make for a great choice to decorate any kitchen!
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