Love this! Sliding pocket doors for room dividers. All the info for purchasing the hardware for the top and bottom tracks too! :)
Japanese Antique Meiji Early 20th Century Bronze Censer Gold Makie
Wind God and Thunder God. Suzuki Kiitsu, Japanese. Eight sliding door panels (fusuma). Late Edo period (19th century), Tokyo Fuji Art Museum.
5498 5498 Four paper and silk fusuma (sliding doors)...
Four paper fusuma (sliding doors) painted in ink on a gold ground with matsu (pine). Gyokuhō (19th century)
"This is not your ordinary barn door. Salvaged marine wood from a 40 year old bait barge which was destroyed by a swell in the Pacific Ocean from the 2011 Tsunami that hit Japan. We were lucky to get the remaining pieces to create this one of a kind sliding door!"-@melissamorgandesign Hung with our Industrial hanger.
These are great vintage Japanese door pulls!! In Japan, sliding doors are very common and these are used in the sliding doors. **************** These are vintage and each set will have some small difference in terms of wear and tear etc. They are from the 昭和 showa period . The showa period is from 1926-1989. These would be fabulous as frames for your art, a small dish for teeny tiny objects etc. They measure 7.5 x 6 cm .The hole measures about 4.5 x 2.6 cm. You get 2 in this set…
These are great vintage Japanese door pulls!! In Japan sliding doors are very common and these are used in the sliding doors. They are from the "昭和" "showa period" . The "showa" period is from 1926-1989. These would be fabulous as frames for your art a small dish for teeny tiny objects etc. They measure about 7cm. The "hole" measures about 6cm. It is made of metal. These are in very good condition but they are vintage and therefore not perfect. Please look at the pictures carefully.
Oriental Furniture Shoji Double Sided Sliding Door Kit Room Divider