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    10G14 Okidoko for Tokonoma

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    Material: Keyaki wood
    Age: Late Showa period (1940's-present)
    H: 12.13 inches, W: 50.25 inches, D: 16.25 inches
    Price: $0.00

    Sorry but this Antique has been sold. If you are interested in this item, please contact us to find out if we have something similar available. Thank you.

    Product Description

    This is a Japanese display chest called Okidoko from mid.1900's.  Constructed out of Zelkova (Keyaki) wood, it was finished with a natural clear Urushi lacquer to enhance the beautiful grain of the wood.

    The Okidoko was typically used in a meditation or tea ceremony room called Tokonoma to display seasonal decorations with a sliding door cabinet for additional storage. The height to the top surface is 12.25 ".

    These items from the latest shipment have not yet been restored. They can be purchased now prior to restoration and once the work is complete we will send  you photos of the item. If you are not completely satisfied, we will refund the purchase price.