Antique, solid wood 3 drawer dresser. There is a plaque on the inside of the top drawer labeled "Paine Furniture Co Boston, Ma". There are keyholes for locking the drawers and holes on the top of the dresser for a mirror.
I recently bought an antique teak wood piece of furniture in Oahu, Hawaii. The seller stated it's believed to be over 100 years old. It's all hand carved, 100% teak, no nails, and no screws. It all fits together like a puzzle. It's 8 feet long, 3 feet wide, and 2.5 feet tall. Seller said it was used on ships. I've never seen anything like this. Curious if you have any idea what it is, what it was used for, and the value? My best guess is it's a lounge with storage? Would love to hear your thoughts. These are the before photos, I’m currently restoring it. Thank you for your time.
Unfortunately I have no information on how, when, or where this ceramic was acquired, but I do know that the marking on the bottom indicates it is Kinkozan made which means it is a Satsuma ware vase. It needs a good cleaning, but the spots you see seem to easily come off.
The vase looks like it has broken and been repaired. It has a long crack along the center that is visible on approx 75% around the circumference.