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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)
Graham Smith Antiques
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne & Wear