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Traditional Korean furniture

Traditional Korean furniture

Korean traditional furniture museum

Korean traditional furniture museum

Wooden Lacquer, Joseon Dynasty, Korea

Wooden Lacquer, Joseon Dynasty, Korea

KOREAN BANDAJI

KOREAN BANDAJI

Korean furniture

Korean furniture

[Joseon Dynasty, 19th Century] Book Chest

[Joseon Dynasty, 19th Century] Book Chest

[Joseon Dynasty, 18th Century] Pedestal Tray-Table

[Joseon Dynasty, 18th Century] Pedestal Tray-Table

19th century North Korean Chest with stand at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia - From the curators' comments: "The Korean name bandaji (literally meaning "half closing") derives from the hinged door in the front of this chest. This type of chest was one of the most essential, and most commonly found, pieces of furniture in a Korean household. Clothes would be stored inside while folded blankets would be placed on top." Yes, this was made BEFORE the Korean War, but still!

19th century North Korean Chest with stand at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia - From the curators' comments: "The Korean name bandaji (literally meaning "half closing") derives from the hinged door in the front of this chest. This type of chest was one of the most essential, and most commonly found, pieces of furniture in a Korean household. Clothes would be stored inside while folded blankets would be placed on top." Yes, this was made BEFORE the Korean War, but still!

Korean Red Lacquer Chest - Victoria and Albert Museum

Korean Red Lacquer Chest - Victoria and Albert Museum

Korean Bandaji

Korean Bandaji

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