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.
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