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This Birds and Flowers motif is striking, with a pair of long tailed blue birds in flight and alight around a tree with white blossoms. Large (6ft. x 6ft.), hand painted ink and watercolor silk screen. Song dynasty (10th century China) brush art style. Crafted from silk covered paper, glued over four side-by-side lacquered wood frames. Matted with a fine Chinese silk brocade border. Comes with lacquered brass geometric hangers for easy mounting. Can be displayed as a privacy screen, partly folded to stand upright on a table or floor. Note that no two renderings are exactly the same. Subtle, beautiful hand painted wall art for a fraction of the cost of a comparable print. Choose from three sizes, 72"H x 72"W; 24"H x 48"W; 18"H x 36"W. Each screen measures 5/8" deep.
Add a touch of the East
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The rudimentary geometric design of this
mirror adds to its inherent charm. The antique yellow background features accents of black and red for a pleasing color palette. The mirror measures 10.5" in diameter. This collection of fine Chinese home furnishings is hand crafted ...
The origins of the Venetian mirror
are back to the Renaissance, a time when Venice was already taking the lead in this production as well as with other glass creations. The detail and craftsmanship in these traditional styles is still in demand today, ...