Japanese silk embroidery decorated with a burning woodland worked in layers of long and short silk stitch with thicker threads for the pine trees, original wood frame, late Meiji period 1868-1912.
Reference: for a similar example see 'Splendors of Meiji, Treasure of Imperial Japan-Masterpieces from the D. Khalili Collection' by J. Earle, the Kibo Foundation 2002, Textiles no. 296 pg. 403.
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