Pair of George IV Rosewood Pole Screens

£1,250.00 (Delivery from £100.00 )
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A pair of early 19th century George IV rosewood, brass and needlework pole screens.

The stands have a pair of circular rosewood bases with three scroll shaped feet and a centre moulded collar.

The gilded brass poles are held in a turned rosewood pillar which has lappet carved decoration and the poles have an umbrella shaped finial at the top.

The carved rosewood framed screens have a brass adjustable fitting at the back which allows the screens to be adjusted in height.

The screens have a needlework picture of a young girl feeding a fawn in one and children fishing on a river on the other.

The pole screens are in good condition, the height adjusting fitting does work. (Circa 1825)

Height 136cm (53.5 inches)
Diameter 40cm (15.7 inches)