Antique Folding Screen, Edwardian Room Divider, Photographer's Prop Circa 1910
Our Stock # 10.1787
This is an antique folding screen, an Edwardian three panel screen. An English room divider perfect as a photographer's prop, dating to c.1910.
- Front side displaying a superb, original, cane work panel around carved bushel plaque
- Framed in mahogany, classically carved, featuring 'C' scrolls and acanthus leaves
- The lower part of the panel finished in a striking, purple, woven silk with foliate detail
- Desirable aged patina and of quality craftsmanship
- Original double swing hinges and posts capped with turned finials
- Rear panel somewhat distressed finished in patterned fabric
- Fairly minor tear to one of the front silk panels, does not detract
A piece of immense interest delivered ready for use. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Max Width: 55cm (21.75'')
Max Depth: 2.5cm (1'')
Max Height: 186cm (73.25'')
Max Open Width: 165cm (65'')
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