Antique Pole Screen, Early Victorian Rosewood Fire Screen
Our Stock # LFA-1594
This is an antique pole screen, early Victorian fire screen c.1840.
- Raised on a robust rosewood stand with good colour and grain interest
- A tripod of beautifully carved cabriole legs featuring C' scrolls, carved knees and scrolled toes
- An inverted finial beneath tapering, helically turned post
- Brass pole topped with decorative, bell-cupped finial
- Fixed height, needlepoint, tapestry screen
- Depicting birds, flowers and an apple on a rug
- Reverse a tapestry of a floral spray
- Framed in a shaped, scrolled rosewood mount
A superior example of it's type. Solid and stable, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Screen Width: 52cm (20.5'')
Screen Depth: 50cm (19.75'')
Max Height: 145cm (57'')
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