Antique Chinese Screen Panels (2557)(Pair) Cunninghamia Wood, Circa 1800-1849
This Pair of Antique Chinese Screen Panels was originally made for inside window decoration in Buddhist Temples (like shutters). The Panels were collected from demolished Buddhist Temples along Yangtze River area. The panels are hand crafted with carvings of traditional "scroll"design. The bottom part of the panels are carved into design of Chinese calligraphy of "Happiness". The panels are painted in two color tone to highlight the intricate carvings. The panels are handcrafted and structured with wooden pegs and tenon structure, which is the very traditional craftsmanship for furniture making in ancient China. Can be used for wall hanging, headboards or any home decoration. Circa early of 19th century. Original patina and wear. Made of Cunninghamia wood (trees in cypress family). Excellent Condition.
Size: W13.5" x D1.5" x H51"
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