Offered by: Tishu
By appointment only Atlanta, GA 30327 , United States Call Seller 305.400.0561

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Pair of Rare Antique Japanese Folding Screens with Provenance

$ 26,500
  • Description
    An amazing pair of matching antique Japanese folding screen predating 1812-1813, most likely from Keno School. Six panels each depict Chinese-inspired landscapes showing cranes, pines, peonies, cherry blossoms, mountains and water, all symbols of prosperity and longevity, decorated with splashed gold leaf. Amazingly, the screens come with an original period fitted pine wood case. Under the cover, it has hand-written with note describing the location of the warehouse as well as the date of the storage with the Japanese reign mark dated 1812. An original receipt from a NYC gallery dated 1985 is also included.
  • More Information
    Origin: United States
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: paint on paper screen
    Condition: Excellent. a fewe minor losses around the folding part
    Creation Date: pre 1812
    Styles / Movements: Asian, Traditional
    Incollect Reference #: 145314
  • Dimensions
    W. 90 in; H. 32 in; D. 1 in;
    W. 228.6 cm; H. 81.28 cm; D. 2.54 cm;
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Our collection ranges from Neolithic Art to 20th century collectible art and design. It spans 5000 thousand years of history and crosses many civilizations and cultures. Our aesthetic strongholds are Mid-century studio design, Japanese and Korean art, Asian Textile Art and Contemporary Aboriginal Art. The diversity is united behind our singular vision to seek for timeless beauty and driven purely by our passion

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