This commissioned piece was used as a room divider between a great room and dining room. Both sides are 'fronts' or show faces as the door and drawers open in both directions. The frame of the piece is comprised of highly figured Oregon Black Walnut, and the drawer sides are Eastern Hard Maple. The door fronts are re-sawn and book matched. The drawer fronts are also re-sawn and book matched vertically. The pulls are hand-forged black iron made in a tiny village in the Mie prefecture in Central Japan. The style of the pulls is called Warbi and their size is 2 3/8 by 4 inches. The price shown above reflects the materials and specifications of this particular piece and may vary based on custom dimensions as well as the figure, character and availability of selected woods.