Our Japanese Screen Exhibition is now on!
Come and see us at the Guinevere Showroom for a specially curated selection of Japanese 19th Century paper screens, including some unique ‘Fusuma’. These are decorated Japanese paper screen doors, which have a rich history in Japan. They originated in the Heian Period (794 – 1185), although their representation of the social status and rank of a house was solidified in the Azuchi-Momoyama Period (1573 – 1603), also known as the Warring States Period.
Both practical and beautiful, their design has changed much over the years, but simple elegance has always been the defining characteristic of Fusuma.
We also want to let you all know that we are closing for a brief holiday when this exhibition comes to an end. Starting from the 24th July we will be closed, and will be reopening on the 2nd August.
As always our website and our Instagram provide an up to date catalogue of all our stock, and should anything catch your eye the team will be happy to help and can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you all soon.