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SCREEN/Byoubu: (Page 1)
HY161
HY161

19th C. Minimal Japanese Gold screen, ( Byoubu)
Gold fleck was blown from the Artist's hand onto the screen to create movement while viewing at night,( The screen was made before electricity ) So the Flickering Gas or Candle light would bring the gold fleck to life !
Beautiful screen... SOLD
H.68 1/2"
W.72"

Price: $875.00

HY157
HY157

Japanese Screen, ( Edo Period 1615-1868)
Researching artist now.
H.67"
W.138"

Price: $1800.00

HY143
HY143

Tsuru Byoubu, ( Red crested crane screen) . The crane is a symbol of longevity. This pair of beautiful screens dates around the Meiji period / early Taisho. H.68 1/2"
W.138"
Pair $3500


Price: $1800.00

HY142
HY142

Tsuru Byoubu, ( Red crested crane screen) . The crane is a symbol of longevity. This pair of beautiful screens dates around the Meiji period / early Taisho. H.68 1/2"
W.138"
Pair $2200
$1200 each if bought separately

Price: $1800.00

HY139
HY139

Antique Japanese screen, collected at auction in Kyoto. A collection of Edo Period paintings mounted on a small Japanese screen.

Price: $550.00

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