An early 19th century Regency rosewood pole screen.
The pole has an adjustable screen panel and the base has three block feet with a concave shaped platform above.
The base of the pole has a spiral round carved ball , a tapering reeded lower support and the thin round turned pole on which the screen slides are all solid rosewood.
The oblong screen has a ‘Berlin’ needlework panel of birds that is held in a rosewood frame.
The frame has a reeded rim and scroll carving to the corners, the back of the screen has two brass rings which attach to the pole.
The tip of the rosewood pole has a turned brass urn finial.
The screen is in good condition, the pole sliding rings are fixed at the height in the photographs. (Circa 1820)
Height 137cm (53.9 inches)
Diameter 36cm (14.2 inches)
Screen: Height 33cm (13 inches)
Width 38cm (15 inches)