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Korean Asian Large 8-Panel Silk Embroidered Byobu Bird Butterfly Screen, 1900s
Located in Studio City, CA
A gorgeous early to midcentury Korean embroidered eight-panel screen depicting scenic nature motifs of flowering trees, playful birds and floating butterflies. Very rare and hard to ...
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Mid-20th Century Korean Paintings and Screens

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Paper, Silk

Korean Six-Panel Screen of Legendary Chinese Figures
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Meiji period Korean six-panel screen depicting legendary Chinese figures on individual panels with birds and blossoming flowers. Each panel is signed Kakusai (studio of the crane) in...
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20th Century Korean Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Silk, Paper

Vintage Korean Blue Silk Embroidered Eight Panel Screen, circa 1940s
Located in Austin, TX
A stunning Mid-Century Korean embroidered eight-panel screen. Meticulously embroidered upon a rich, dark blue silk ground are traditional Korean pottery vessels, including various ...
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Vintage 1940s Korean Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Paper, Silk

Early 20th Century Korean 8-Panel Hand Painted Screen
Located in Dallas, TX
Presenting a stunning and extremely rare and desirable early 20th century Korean 8-panel hand painted silk screen. This screen consists of 8 Panels and is 12 feet in length, and 6...
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Early 20th Century Korean Country Paintings and Screens

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Brass

Early Yi Dynasty Korean Painted Triptych on Silk with Folklore Figures
Located in Milford, NH
A fine hand-painted three-panel triptych on fabric, possibly silk, featuring folklore scenes with figures, horses, and landscapes from the Yi dynasty of Korea, probably dating to the...
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Antique 19th Century Korean Paintings and Screens

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Silk

Framed Korean Official Portrait Joseon Dynasty
Located in Atlanta, GA
A hyper realistic portrait of an official with watercolor on silk bordered panel, framed in dark wood, from Korean late Joseon dynasty, circa 19th century. The beard man sitting with...
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Antique 19th Century Korean Other Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

  • Framed Korean Official Portrait Joseon Dynasty
  • Framed Korean Official Portrait Joseon Dynasty
  • Framed Korean Official Portrait Joseon Dynasty
  • Framed Korean Official Portrait Joseon Dynasty
H 15.2 in. W 11.6 in. D 0.5 in.
Japanese Korean Meiji Period Five-Panel Screen
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Late 19th-early 20th century five-panel painted screen. Meiji period paintings from Japanese occupied Korea depicting scenes of horses, cranes, fish, flowering vases, and a fisherman...
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Antique 19th Century Korean Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Paper, Grasscloth, Silk, Wood

Six-Panel Korean Silk Embroidered Screen
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Delightful six-panel screen featuring a display of beautiful jars and vases made of hand-embroidered silk on an Imperial red ground. The depictions are mounted to silk covered panels...
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20th Century Korean Paintings and Screens

Materials

Brass

  • Six-Panel Korean Silk Embroidered Screen
  • Six-Panel Korean Silk Embroidered Screen
  • Six-Panel Korean Silk Embroidered Screen
  • Six-Panel Korean Silk Embroidered Screen
H 54.5 in. W 107 in. D 1 in.
19th Century Korean 12 Panel Silk Hand-Painted Folding Screen
Located in Topeka, KS
Incredible 19th century Korean folding screen with 12 hand-painted silk panels of bright blue and red and yellow and green. In wonderful antique condition. This 19th century Kore...
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Antique 19th Century Korean Other Paintings and Screens

Materials

Silk, Wood

Korean Minhwa Tiger and Magpie Painting on Silk, Jakhodo, Late 19th Century
Located in Austin, TX
A wonderfully charming Korean Minhwa Jakhodo painting on silk of a spotted tiger with her cub under a pine tree, a magpie in the branches above them, Joseon Dynasty, late 19th centur...
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Antique Late 19th Century Korean Folk Art Paintings and Screens

Materials

Silk

Korean Silk Screen For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal Korean silk screen for your home. Each Korean silk screen for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using fabric, silk and wood. There are many kinds of the Korean silk screen you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. A Korean silk screen, designed in the Folk Art style, is generally a popular piece of furniture.

How Much is a Korean Silk Screen?

Prices for a Korean silk screen start at $1,995 and top out at $28,000 with the average selling for $2,800.