The Tibetan storage cabinet is one of the most common and practical ethnic furniture in Tibetan classical families. Generally, households will use traditional Tibetan cabinets to store all kinds of clothing and scriptures, or to eat, write, or to store food or religious bibles. Some daily necessities, such as utensils, or placed above the cabinet with a Buddha cabinet dedicated to enshrining Buddha statues. This cabinet is reproduction with flowers and leaves painted in a circle totem and the lower part of the storage cabinet was originally a decorative board. But most of the reproductions made into drawers.

Dimensions 38 × 127 × 96.5 cm
Material

Origin

Tibet

Period

Reproduction