From the 1960 to 1970 period this dressing table was made in Japan from solid oak. Useful storage and compact overall dimensions combined with 9 drawers of storage and a much larger wing mirror than we normally see on much larger versions. No faults to speak of and the mirror lifts off without tools for easy and convenient transport.
89 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 180 cm high.
A Japanese or possibly Korean cabinet with two sliding drawers and drawers below. Iron re-inforced corners and genuine handles.
80 cms wide, 41 cms deep and 56 cms high.
A pair of two matching cabinets with sliding doors and iron re-enforced corners. From Japan or possibly Korea, early 20th century. In good order with doors working well, they can be stacked, as photographed here, or used individually as bedsides.
Each is 60 cms wide x 32 cms deep and 42 cms high (as illustrated here 84 cms high).