Anderson Tansu (Japanese Step-Cabinet)
One of the most recognizable pieces of Japanese furniture, the Kaidan-dansu (step-chest) was often designed in several modular pieces to hide upstairs floors from tax collectors. This one is in three pieces. Drawers made with decorative dovetails. It could be created in a variety of woods and finishes: curly maple, rosewood, and dark walnut. Additional photos show different finishes available.
Dimensions: 5 x 1.5 x 5" high
This is a 1/12th dollhouse miniature suitable for a collector, and not a children's toy.