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Lot 1: Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen

The Winter Auction

by Leland Little Auctions

December 2, 2016

Hillsborough, NC, USA

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  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
  • Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen
   
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Description: Meiji period (1868-1912), both sides of this screen have immensely rich detail articulated in shell, mother-of-pearl, and bone along with carved wood, on the front two upper lacquer panels there are meticulously rendered dragon and phoenix in hanging flower baskets with maple leaves above, bottom registers with flowers and butterflies, four family mon crests carved into corners of lower register of the lattice pattern wooden border, back side of screen has a serene scene of inlaid birds fly among floating petals.
70 x 66 in.
The Estate of Mr. & Mrs. Philip Michalove, Winston Salem, NC

Condition Report: Very good condition; loss to the inlay and minor lifting to lacquer on front and back of the screen; wooden border on one back panel has lifted and cracked; general minor wear to edges.

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