This mahogany and cherry, 3 panel folding screen retains its original fabric. The frame is of the sick and ball construction, which was popular circa 1900. Each panel is divided into 2 sections. On one side, the top 3 sections have a tapestry fabric with tavern scenes. The bottom sections and all the backs of the panels are covered in linen fabric. All of the fabric is original. There is a tear in one linen section on a front panel and one linen section on a back panel. All the tapestry sections are in excellent condition. The frame is also in excellent condition. The screen or room divider folds easily and is quite sturdy. 67.25"h X 60"w X 1"d, Condition: Very Good, Circa: 1900.
17 other shoppers have this item in their Cart or Wish List
Furniture and clocks from the 1820's thru the 1920's is our specialty
We have the largest selection of antique furniture and clocks in south central Pennsylvania