A classic Chinese style hand crafted decorative wall fan. Decorated with fine gold leaf appliqué, and painted with a beautifully rendered Chinese art motif. Images of the forested mountains and valleys are from the vast Asian continent's ancient past.
Choose large or small size, 20" by 12" or 48" by 30", authentic gold leaf
Classic hand crafted chinese decorative wall fan
Unique hand painted wall art, traditional holiday or housewarming gift idea
Classic chinese calligraphy and japanese sumi-e style blossom, floral and aviary designs
King Silk Art 100% Handmade Japanese Cranes Under Mount Fuji Chinese Embroidery Print Landscape Painting Asian Wall Art D¨¦cor Artwork Hanging Picture Gallery 37048WFB3
Brand: King Silk Art
Color: Off White Mat with Black Frame B3 37048
King Silk Art makes silk embroidery wall art, 100% hand-stitched by Master Artists in Suzhou, China. Our artwork, Susho, is completely natural, created with tiny needles and pure silk thread. Susho is a 2500 year old family tradition, with a unique and fascinating history.
Our eight Emperor Cranes flying over the cherry blossom trees and under Mount Fuji are radiant in luminous silk. In the Chinese myths, cranes lead extraordinarily long lives and Japanese Cranes are especially magical in this regard. These red headed birds are extremely rare and believed to bring a long life and good health to anyone who is lucky enough to spot one. In Chinese symbology, the number eight represents wealth, prosperity and good fortune. Eight cranes in a group are frequent subjects for Chinese artists.
One theory about the name of Mount Fuji in Japan is that it comes from Mandarin characters meaning incomparably high, unique and inexhaustible. Certainly all descriptors match, Mount Fuji¡¯s snow never fully melts, an inexhaustible supply.
In Feng Shui, mountains constrain the wild energy of wind and have powerful yang energy. Mountains are very powerful protectors when located at the back on an image, with the other features in front. Mountains symbolize the earth meeting the clouds, creating rain that nourishes the world.
In Asian art, Cherry Blossoms are harbingers of spring and are considered welcoming. In Feng Shui, Cherry Blossoms symbolize raw feminism. Female power, strength, dominance and beauty, as well as feminine sexuality.
Cherry Blossoms are indigenous to China as well as Japan. Cherry trees bloom in very early spring, when it is still very cold. Tiny flowers appear without leaves, which arrive later in the year. This unique showing is seen as bra