Japanese silk embroidery of Kinkaku-ji Temple late Meiji period

Japanese silk embroidery of Kinkaku-ji Temple late Meiji period

Code: 10150

Dimensions:

W: 75cm (29.5")H: 44cm (17.3")

£2,300.00 Approx $2911.39, €2683.78

Japanese silk embroidery decorated with Kinkaku-ji 金閣寺 the 'Temple of the Golden Pavilion' in Kyoto, set in a landscape garden overlooking a large pond, worked in layers of long and short silk stitch with original wood frame, late Meiji period 1868-1912.

Kinkaku-ji is one of the most popular buildings in Japan designated as a National Special Historic site with two floors covered in gold leaf and set over a large pond that reflects the pavilion. 

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