Japan Buddhist temple shrine Butsudan wear 1900s Japanese door architecture.
Monumental Japanese temple main alter doors Butsudan wear from Buddhist temple in Aichi-Ken central Japan. Good conditions, light wear marks from usage and time visible, the doors have had small restorations such as the back paper and hinges. Nice patina, with it's metal bronze plaques, black lacquer and gold leafed surfaces.
The monumental door has been removed intact form it's original location (please see last photo) complete of the 8 sections reclining panels (that open in the middle, 4 on each side), 2 side hinges shaft and 4 lower white sliding panels. Original architecture and setting can be recreated. Immediately usable, please see photo of original location and setting.
Period: early 1900s Taisho era
Dimensions: total door L 325 cm + side hinges shaft, single panel W 41 cm, H180.5 cm. Panels weight 30 Kg, lower sliding doors 86 x 45 cm each.
Conditions: good, some wear from usage and time visible, small restorations on paper, wood structure in very good conditions, small Buddhist lamp oil remains on bottom sid, eplease see photos.
Materials: wood, bronze, paper.
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