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Wooden jewelry box crved in the form of a Japanese coffer, a type of valuables box. This chest was probably made in Japan the 1920s or early 1930s in imitation of Meiji work of mid 19th century. It is probably a combination of walnut and pellonia, a tropical wood founding Japan. The heavy wooden lid is carved with a pagoda on a hillside and closes, securited with a latch surrounded by a decorative brass escutcheon. It is lined in red velvet and has a diamond shaped mirror attached to the underside of the lid. It measures 11" wide, 3 1/2' high, and 4 1/2" deep.

Very good condition. There are some surface scratches to the wood that are not ver noticeable and do not detract from the lovely deep brown color of the wood.