Vanities & Mirrors - Kyodai & Kagami

  Kyodai is the name given to the small vanity, or dressing table, used by Japanese women to store jewellery & cosmetics. By the beginning of the Meiji era (1868), kyodai were being used by women at all levels of Japanese society, and their great popularity resulted in large-scale production of a variety of styles during the Meiji and Taisho periods.  

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Vintage Kyodai Vanity

Age Taisho/Showa - 1920-30's
Height 940mm
Width 470mm
Depth 230mm
Wakasa Nuri on Cedar & Paulownia drawers.
Mother-of-Pearl inlay with Bakelite handles
 

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Sake Bar Mirror

ca. 1930's
Size H 60 x  W 166 x  D 7cm
Pair available
Price $895
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