A middle of the 19th century Victorian carved and turned rosewood fire screen.
The screen has a needle work panel and stands on four carved cabriole legs with brass casters that have a cross stretcher.
The needlework panel is behind glass and held in a carved and fluted frame with ‘barley sugar’ turned rosewood supports.
The top of the screen has a carved fret work decoration and turned finials to each end.
The screen is in very good original condition with some discolouration to the needlework. (Circa 1850)
Height 118cm (46.5 inches)
Width 64cm (25.2 inches)
Depth 44cm (17.3 inches)
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