For Better Or For Worse (VS4B)

Model: L5039FAVS4B
Weight: 1.50
For Better Or For Worse in Japanese is Japanese for For Better Or For Worse (yokareashikare) which is read yokareashikare.

The Japanese phrase yokareashikare meaning For Better Or For Worse is the same phrase used as part of the traditional Wedding vow, "for better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, ...".

This design is written vertically with Master Takase's seal and signature in the lower left hand corner. Japanese is commonly written both horizontally and vertically and both are correct.

This is an original, hand-lettered work of art by Master Japanese Calligrapher Eri Takase. The artwork is created at the time of the order and is not a print and is not massed produced - these are original works personally created by Master Takase.

Because this is hand-lettered art the actual art will differ slightly from the image shown - making this a completely unique work - Master Takase does take great care to faithfully reproduce the design shown.

We offer two scroll sizes. Our medium size scroll is approximately 12 1/2" W x 43" H. Our large scroll is approximately 18" W x 72" H.

The scroll arrives ready to display.

The scroll is usually completed within two business days. The Japanese scroll is very well packaged and shipping includes the cost of insurance.

Scrolls may be mailed anywhere in the world

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