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Red Japanese Lacquer Four-Panels Folding Screen, Meiji Period (1868-1912)

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Materials : Lacquer
Dimensions : (L) 2cm (W) 163cm (H) 173cm
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  • Period : 19th Century
  • Categories : Decorative Items
  • Materials and Techniques : Lacquer
  • Conditions : Excellent. Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions : (L) 2cm (W) 163cm (H) 173cm
  • Reference Number : 012_2018_01611_DE
  • Seller name : JLF
  • Product :

    A red Japanese lacquer four-panels folding screen {yonkyoku byobu}. The panels are decorated with golden highlights. On the front side of each panel, a three-part composition has been made. From bottom to top: a Foo dog, an outdoor scene with three characters in various situations and the tools for calligraphy, tea ceremony and other activities inside of a medallion. On the back side, the four panels are decorated with Japanese calligraphy. Japanese work from Meiji period (1868-1912).

    Good condition and wear consistent with the age of the item. Some marks on the lacquer and good structural condition.

    Dimensions: 2 cm (length) x 163 cm (width) x 173 cm (height).

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