General info about our wall scroll mounting

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General info about our wall scroll mounting

Post by hwangi » Mar 1, 2015 11:28 am

We would like to ask about the mounting of two calligraphy paintings that my wife did. The dimensions of the rice paper are 24 x 6 1/2 inches. In the picture below, they are temporarily mounted on a standard backing using magnets.

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Re: General info about our wall scroll mounting

Post by Gary » Mar 14, 2015 1:08 pm

We can do this. The price is $32.88 if you want basic silk wall scrolls. Return postage from Beijing is $9.80 for the whole order. But, you will need to mail the raw artwork to Beijing yourself (your cost for postage).

Let me know if you want to pursue this.

Note, I will need to split this topic off the announcement topic that you replied to initially, and create a new topic. I want to keep that announcement strictly about general mounting info, not hijacked for individual projects. You might have to look for your topic next time, but it will be under this same sub-forum.

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-Gary.

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Re: General info about our wall scroll mounting

Post by wolfin196971 » Apr 27, 2015 8:09 pm

I found this beautiful scroll on your site but can not find it again, I believe it said heart of a warrior can you help me find it again want to order it, pleaase.

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Re: General info about our wall scroll mounting

Post by Gary » Apr 27, 2015 9:02 pm

You can find it here:
http://www.orientaloutpost.com/shufa.php?q=%E7%B2%BE%E7%A5%9E%E5%8B%87%E5%A3%AB

If you want this in Hangul (modern Korean), just click on the Hangul characters next to the South Korean Flag.

I don't sell a lot of Korean Hangul, so it's not vividly advertised on my site anymore. But whenever you see a Korean pronunciation guide like that, you can order Hangul by clicking on the Hangul.

My master calligrapher Xing An-Ping is the only calligrapher I have who regularly writes Hangul.

Keep in mind that for some 1600 years Korean was written in Hanja (Chinese characters). In the last 100 years or so, Hangul has become the accepted and widely-used standard in both Korea's. In fact, Chinese characters are banned in North Korea.

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