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England, c. 1830
A rare and very fine pair of late Regency period rosewood carved and veneered pole screens, having the contemporary damask insets in octagonal rosewood veneered frames; the rosewood poles terminating in turned finials, above the finely reeded and fluted columns with wrythen-turned knops; the concave rosewood veneered triform base in solid mahogany, raised on flat bun feet.
Width: 17.25 in / 44 cm
Height: 48 in / 122 cm
Depth: 15.75 in / 40 cm
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|Height||48.00 inch||(121.92 cm)|
|Width||17.25 inch||(43.81 cm)|
|Depth||15.75 inch||(40.00 cm)|