Good condition, see description
Hand painted hanging scroll by Takahashi Koko 髙橋廣湖 (ca.1875-1912) "Sparrows on Hydrangea" - Japan - ca. 1900-1910 (Meiji period) w/box
Painted by Takahashi Koko 髙橋廣湖 (ca.1875-1912) was a Japanese painter active in Meiji period. Learned Nanga painting under Inutsuka Shokin"犬塚松琴". He was born in Kumamoto"熊本".
TOMOBAKO(Scroll Box) : Wooden box
JIKUSAKI(Roller Ends) : Cattle bone
HYOGU(Mounting) : Silk / Brocade
Technique : Hand painted on Silk
SIZE : H:199cm W: 50cm "Includes roller ends"
HONSHI(Picture) SIZE : H:106cm W:32cm
Weight : 360g Gross weight : 680g
Good condition. Stain on the part of painting and mounting.
We will ship by Japan post e-packet. It will take 1 - 4 weeks to your address.
(to Italian Customer)
Shipping Japan to Italy often delay. Sometime it take over 1 month to arrive Italy.
We appreciate your kind understandings.
If the selling price be over 300€, we are going to ship by EMS.
|Member since:||January 14, 2017|
Really well packed as usual...just a little problem about the humidity spots on the top of the scroll wich are bigger and more visible than I expected...but nothing matter.
Envoi rapide. Emballage parfait. Frais de douane réduits.
Qualité de l'objet parfaitement en accord avec la description.
ALLOW MORE THAN 200 CHARACTERS! 200 CHARACTERS IS CENSUR.
Quick delivery, and a fine piece of art in good condition.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Seller kindly postponed shipping the item, due to our holiday arrangements. Extremely beautiful scroll, just like description. Received after ONLY 8 days. Very recommended seller!
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|Rest of Europe||$17.82|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Ongagun (Fukuoka), Japan.
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