Sculptural wall-hanging cabinet by Bert Furnari, "Cabinet #1," Easton, PA, 2014. Patterned and powder-coated aluminum; signed and dated on the back of the cabinet. Substantial and quite heavy.
The door removes easily and could be hung separately, possibly lit from behind, as a wall sculpture
A rare very large black lacquer and giltwood Japanese Buddhist temple with the original stand. Circa turn of the last century, the cabinet closes completely with ornate zinc hardware. The exterior doors fold back to reveal a gilt interior finish and a second set of gilt gates. The temple interior is ornate with various levels including a Buddha pedestal and gilt sliding doors for storage. Below, the stand offers additional storage with two drawers and a sliding compartment below.
A large stately Japanese throne chair ornately carved with birds and floral themes. The back is carved with a swirling Phoenix with the seat having a Greek key border. The lower back shows birds in flight among floral motifs. The legs and arms are decorated with orchids and
This is a spectactulary detailed 19th century Indo Anglo Burmese antique sideboard. This piece is very large and completely carved overall with a very rich patina.