The scroll is done in a three step style called Sandan Hyougu. The hashira or pillars surrounding the vertical sides of the artwork are very narrow, only 5 Bun wide. So this scroll could be considered a Rinpou Hyougu style as well.
The Goldenrod on the top and bottom are a shike cloth and the chuumawashi is a green/gold with a smaller leaf karakusa (arabesque). The Ichimonji is a kinran with a large gold flower pattern on a light tan color background. The scroll is completed with a Kincha (Brown) hanging string and a wooden jikusaki that was salvaged off of an old scroll. This gives it a more rustic feel.
Scroll dimensions as follows:
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