Japanese Haribako Sewing Box

Early 20th Century
$980 USD
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W: 11.5" D: 7.0" H: 9.0"
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This elegant box with many drawers is a Japanese haribako, a tabletop chest used for storing sewing supplies, jewelry, or other accessories. The small chest features four drawers and a lid that lifts to reveal a shallow compartment and a removable tray. Constructed of stained burlwood (keyaki or tamo), the box is decorated only by the gorgeous, wavy grain patterns of the drawer fronts. The minimal design showcases the natural beauty of its materials and exemplifies the refined aesthetic of Japanese furniture.

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