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Shoji door Cabinet
by: Kerry Marshall

A small table top cabinet that was inspired by Ming Dynasty kitchen cabinet. Within a Ming Dynasty period kitchen one would find cabinets that had screened latticework for storage of food and in some cases live poultry! This cabinet is made from three local California hardwoods: Live Oak, Tan Oak and California Bay Laurel. The screening is made from hand-woven fiber made from mulberry paper and the inside shelf has an etched glass pattern repeating the lattice design of the doors.

10 x 15 x 23H

Live Oak, Tan Oak, and Bay Laurel with hand-woven paper screening and etched glass shelf