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)
japaneseaesthetics:Attibuted to Kano Sansetsu, The Old Plum, Edo PEriod (1615-1868), ca 1645, Japan. four sliding door panels (fusuma), ink, colour, gold leaf on paper, The Metropolitian Museum of Art
"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.
https://flic.kr/p/pG4Q96 | Watanabe Shiko (1683-1755) - Flowers (The Freer Gallery of Art, Washington DC) | Two-panel folding screen; ink, color and gold on paper 192.1 x 206.8 cm. Japanese painter. He was apparently a masterless samurai (ronin) who entered the service of the aristocratic Konoe family in Kyoto in 1709. Some of his early paintings reflect his training in the academic style of the KANO SCHOOL, as seen in two sets of sliding doors ( fusuma), one set depicting pine trees…
Detail. Waves at Matsushima. Artist:Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858) Period:Edo period (1615–1868) Date:ca. 1832–36 Culture:Japan Medium:Pair of small sliding doors (kobusuma); ink and color on paper
Waves at Matsushima. Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858). Edo period. ca. 1832–36. Japan. Pair of small sliding doors (kobusuma). ink and color on paper