This very scarce, if not rare pyrography plaque measures a monumental 15" high by 10" across by just under 1/2" thick. It was likely produced by the Flemish Art Company in New York at the turn of the last century. It is a nice early plaque in a very desirable motif of a beautiful Japanese Courtesan or Geisha under an umbrella, which is deeply carved and accented with red and green stains of color. There are very nicely carved floral accents, and the Courtesan presents with style and grace. The original patina is a lush beautiful brown. It has a hanging hook on the topside. This plaque does not bear the Flemish Art mark, but there is an original paper label with some number codes on the backside. It is in original condition, which shows normal wear and a small area of missing veneer on the lower backside. This vintage plaque of a stunning Japanese Courtesan makes a very beautiful Arts & Crafts presentation.