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Japanese Byobu Screen w/ Crane

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As described by Mira Parker, Design & Antiques

Handmade and hand-painted mid-20th-century Japanese four-panel Byobu (folding) screen depicting a single crane in soft colors. Cranes are symbol of longevity in Japanese and Chinese cultures. Watercolor and gouache on silk. Silk matting, black lacquered frame, etched brass corners and brass decorative medallions and strips on the exterior edges. Covered with fabric on the back side. No hangers, but they can be easily attached to the wooden frame. Signed.

About the Seller

Mira Parker, Design & Antiques
Mira Parker, Design & Antiques

Antiques and art dealer, interior design consultant and buyer, photographer, web and graphic designer, translator. Mira Parker has more than eight years of experience in the antiques business and design industry and a runs Gallery in Dallas, TX.

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Product Information

Country of Origin:
Japan
Style:
Japanese
Materials:
silk/wood/metal/fabric
Size:
59" L x 0.75" W x 35" H
Color/Finish:
multi