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Chinese Distressed Off-white Lacquer 8 Immortal Wood Panel Floor Screen cs5093S

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Introducing a meticulously hand-carved ensemble – a set of four exquisitely designed door panels that serve as a floor screen room divider. This remarkable creation showcases a central theme inspired by the rich tapestry of traditional Chinese mythology: the revered motif of the "8 Immortals."

Each panel is a canvas of artistry, featuring intricate depictions of flowers and birds, seamlessly woven into a backdrop of captivating geometric patterns. The craftsmanship reflects the essence of time-honored techniques, channeling the beauty and depth of Chinese artistry.

Versatility takes center stage with this masterpiece. These panels can serve as an elegant headboard, an enchanting room screen, or a functional room divider, adapting seamlessly to your living spaces. The panels boast a distressed off-white, light cream lacquer finish on both sides, lending an air of vintage charm that adds character to any environment.

Elevate your surroundings with this hand-carved door panel set – a harmonious blend of artistic tradition and functional elegance, embodying the tales of ancient myths and the timelessness of artistic craftsmanship.

The Eight Immortals, also known as the Eight Taoist Immortals, are a group of legendary figures in Chinese mythology and Taoist folklore. These immortals are often depicted as a group of eccentric and powerful beings, each possessing unique abilities and characteristics. They are popular figures in Chinese literature, art, and religious beliefs. Here is a brief overview of each of the Eight Immortals:

Zhongli Quan: He is often depicted with a fan and a peach, symbolizing longevity. Zhongli Quan is associated with healing and alchemy.

Lü Dongbin: Lü is often depicted holding a sword. He is known for his wisdom, martial prowess, and ability to dispel evil spirits.

Zhang Guolao: Zhang is usually portrayed riding a white mule backward. He is associated with the power to travel vast distances instantly.

Cao Guojiu: Cao is recognized by his official's hat and imperial robes. He is the patron of actors and is known for his sense of justice.

Han Xiangzi: Han is often depicted with a flute. He is associated with music, poetry, and spiritual purity.

Li Tieguai: Li is characterized by his crutch and gourd of medicine. He is known for his selflessness and compassion.

He Xiangu: She is often depicted with a lotus flower and a basket of flowers. Xiangu is the only female among the Eight Immortals and symbolizes purity and femininity.

Lan Caihe: Often portrayed as a beggar or a transgender figure, Lan Caihe is known for his eccentric behavior and carefree attitude.

These Eight Immortals are widely celebrated in Chinese culture and are often regarded as symbols of longevity, wisdom, and various other virtues. They have appeared in numerous folktales, poems, paintings, and other forms of artistic expression throughout Chinese history.

Dimensions: w71.5" x thickness 1.5" x h82" , each width 17.75"
Origin: China
Material: Elm Wood
Condition: distressed mark finish, handmade, wood joint lines, wood imperfect marks
Work: Ship folded one piece




US domestic continental buyer of 48 states pays a $325 shipping charge for curbside delivery. Customer from Hawaii, Alaska, US Island, Florida Keywest, and Canada pays extra shipping cost. Insurance and handling charges are already included in the shipping cost. In-store pick-up is highly welcomed if you are in the San Francisco Bay Area. (No charge) White-glove service can be arranged at an additional cost.

For customer who is looking to buy multiple items. We can either combine “several items on the same pallet “or “include small items inside the largest item as long as it fits in”
When your shipment is delivered, carefully inspect the outside of the packaging before the delivery personnel leave. It is important to clearly indicate if there is any visible damage to the packaging or items on the delivery paperwork. Carriers usually do not honor concealed damage claims so it is crucial to clearly indicate any visible damage to the packaging or items on the delivery paperwork.

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