$This is an old Chinese Kesi - Chinese silk tapestry woven in a pictorial design - reframed with wooden frame and transparent plastic cover. It is a collectible piece as well as a decoration piece. The earliest record example of Kesi is from the Tang dynasty ( 618-907), then it became widely used during China's Southern Song period (1127 -1279 ). The technique became popular during the Ming period (1368-1644) until the end of the Qing dynasty in 1911/12. Dimensions: w38" x h73" Origin: China Material: Wooden frame, plastic cover Condition: Part of the original Kesi piece, not perfect. Thin plastic, swing softly.