Japanese Relief Wall Panel Hand Carved Polychromed Two Figures Dancing
Japanese Relief Wall Panel, Hand Carved, Polychromed, Two Figures Dancing, Surrounded By Imperial Bonsai Trees.
Inami Woodcarvings are produced in Nanto City, Toyama Prefecture mainly in the form of transoms, decorative objects, and single-leaf screens. They are usually made of Japanese camphor, paulownia, or zelkova wood, and carved with landscapes, flowers and birds, human figures, animals or dragons.
The Imperial bonsai is the largest and most majestic of all Bonsai trees. They grow between sixty and eighty inches tall and are found most often in the Japanese imperial gardens. They are also known as eight-handed due to the number of people required to move them.
Item Code - WOO6C151KA
Width: 17 1/2" Height: 5 1/4" Depth: 3 1/4" Weight: 366 g
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