Meiji Period Phoenix Carved Screens / Doors – $995

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Amazing pair of heavily carved doors or screens. Each old door rests on two small castor wheels. They used to have hinges on the sides and they also have a couple of screw holes on the top where someone had likely secured them to a wall. Each panel has a side that is carved and a side that is flat, where the hinges used to be. On one panel, the flat side has been stained or painted black, like the rest of the piece, and on the other panel the side is the wood color. There are intricate carvings along the sides, top and bottom. In the middle is vintage fabric that may be easily changed out to suit your taste. They are padded behind the fabric. The carvings have a phoenix motif with flowers and other organic shapes.
Very good antique condition with expected wear for age. One of the panels / doors is bowed. There are other small imperfections in the wood and the fabric has some stains.

35.25" wide, 2.5" deep, 78.25" high.

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