Vintage Japanese Shoji Frames - From Old Wooden Lantern

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Vintage Japanese Shoji Frames - From Old Wooden Lantern

Vintage Japanese Shoji Frames - From Old Wooden Lantern

DescriptionGroup of seven small-size old wooden Japanese panels previously used with a pair of wooden lanterns. Shoji windows and doors are normally finished with a covering of crisp white rice paper before being installedConditionThe panels are in fair to good condition, save many visible (yet aest...

Antique Chinese Wooden Lantern Frame_an1009y.wmv

Antique Chinese Wooden Lantern Frame_an1009y.wmv

These wooden lantern frames once were covered with paper or silk and hung to provide light. Today we think they make an excellent conversation piece as a table, basin stand or plant stand. The interlocking leg struts provide adequate support. Be creative, by placing either glass, wood, marble, etc. ...

Antique Japan Fan Hanging Lantern Bamboo & Paper Uchiwa

Antique Japan Fan Hanging Lantern Bamboo & Paper Uchiwa

DescriptionOld fashioned Japanese round fan (uchiwa). Traditional fans are highly collectable and one of the more delightful and practical examples of Asian crafts. Originating in China, this style of fan has long been appreciated in Japan where it has found use as an accessory of the aristocracy, a...

Antique Japanese Ceramic Oil Lantern - Classic Shokudai

Antique Japanese Ceramic Oil Lantern - Classic Shokudai

DescriptionThis old Japanese ceramic lantern would have once provided illumination similar to a western-style candle. To use the lamp the user would first place a small amount of oil in the bowl and then drape a wick over the side. The wick would then be lit using the oil as fuel. Evidence of past u...

Antique Japanese Wooden Gear - Old Style Machine Part

Antique Japanese Wooden Gear - Old Style Machine Part

DescriptionThis unique item is an old machine gear made of wood. The gear dates from the early to mid 20th century and is in fair to good condition with some chips, marks and scratches and a darkened patina of :Height: 0.6 inches (1.5 centimeters)Diameter: 4.7 inches (12.0 centimeters)Weight: 3.3 ou...

Sarasota Garden Club Aims To Restore Antique Japanese Lantern

Sarasota Garden Club Aims To Restore Antique Japanese Lantern

Visit for the latest local news!Sometimes history is hidden behind an overgrown wall of native was the case at the Sarasota Garden Club. This year, while manicuring the grounds around Tuttle's Puddle, members found pieces of an antique Japanese , they have reached out to the community for help in ra...

Japanese Shoji Screen Maker Removing Old Paper

Japanese Shoji Screen Maker Removing Old Paper

My father in law is a (retired) shoji door and screen maker in Shizuoka, Japan. At the end of the year he takes in a little work replacing the paper on his old customer's screens. He made the doors and windows you see in this video...

Shoji: How To Design, Build, And Install Japanese Screens | Free Download

Shoji: How To Design, Build, And Install Japanese Screens | Free Download

Download Here: Japanese-style shoji screens are translucent, wooden-lattice panels that subtly transform light and space and add an elegant touch to any decor. This book contains all the information you need to design and make shoji for your own home or apartment. Features* Notes on aesthetics and d...

Antique Go  囲碁 Game Pieces And Wooden Bowls - Japan Antique Roadshow

Antique Go 囲碁 Game Pieces And Wooden Bowls - Japan Antique Roadshow

Welcome to the Japan Antique Roadshow channel. My name is Kurt Bell and I am delighted that you have taken some time to share a little of Japan with me. I'm available on Facebook and Google+ if you have questions or just want to chat and say hi. I can also be found at the JVLOG forum with other Japa...