Antique Screens

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Screens were originally used to prevent draughts. They come in many shapes and styles -four and three fold screens and in the late 18th and early 19th century when the British Empire was it its height Chinese lacquer screens started to be imported into England.

A late victorian mahogany and satinwood inlaid four fold drafts screen, attributed to Hicks of Dublin.

A late victorian mahogany and satinwood inlaid four fold drafts screen, attributed to Hicks of Dublin.

Circa. 1880

Fine late victorian mahogany and satinwood inlaid four fold drafts screen, attributed to Hicks of Dublin.

£ 4800.00

Available

Gillow style antique screen

Gillow style antique screen

Ref. No. cw044

Circa. 1900

An antique four fold Gillow style screen.
An unusual four fold screen with panels of oil painting showing a lakeside landscape within a walnu...

£ 10500.00

Available

Three fold Edwardian screen

Three fold Edwardian screen

Ref. No. cw047

Circa. 1910

A three fold Edwardian inlaid satinwood screen, with openwork ovals above silk panels.

£ 2600.00

Available


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