Victorian Rosewood Antique Fire Screen, c.1850
Our Stock # LFA-1296
This is an antique, Victorian fire screen dating to c.1850.
Fine quality and constructed in rosewood with great attention to detail, this screen displays a deep lustrous shine and wonderful antique patina.
Rising on scrolled feet, the cabriole legs are united by a turned stretcher. The screen panel is flanked by a pair of fabulous barley twist column supports, superior to most, with upper turned finials. Above the screen a pierced fretwork mount completes the presentation.
The decorative panel of needlepoint textile behind glass depicts a bird and floral spray, with green baize to the reverse.
This English piece is of super quality, presented in good antique condition. Solid joints and construction. Delivered waxed & polished.
Max Width: 69cm (27.25'')
Max Depth: 55cm (21.75'')
Max Height: 113cm (44.5'')
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