Vintage Japanese Cha Tansu Tea Chest (24A-C12)

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This vintage Japanese display/tea chest from the 1980s exudes a unique blend of traditional elegance and modern craftsmanship. Crafted from exquisite keyaki wood, prized for its rich hues and distinctive grain patterns, the chest boasts a sturdy frame that speaks to the durability of its construction.

Atop and below, the chest features two compartments, each adorned with sliding doors intricately carved from bamboo. These delicate carvings not only add a touch of natural beauty but also serve a functional purpose, allowing for easy access to the contents within while maintaining the chest's aesthetic appeal.

The top compartments are ideally suited for displaying cherished items such as delicate teacups, ornate ceramics, or prized artifacts, while the bottom compartments offer ample storage space for tea sets, serving utensils, or other household essentials.

The seamless integration of traditional Japanese craftsmanship with contemporary design sensibilities makes this chest a versatile and stylish addition to any living space. Whether used as a focal point in a tea room or as a decorative accent in a modern home, its timeless charm and practical functionality are sure to delight enthusiasts of Japanese culture and design alike.

29 1/2"W x 10 3/4"D x 23 3/4"H