EARLY 20TH CENTURY LIBERTY & CO ARTS AND CRAFTS. THREE PANEL OAK FOLDING SCREEN WITH FLORAL DETAIL.Consists of three wooden panels with three hinges either side of the centre panel enabling it to fold consecutively one behind the other when not in use. Each panel is made up of vertical lengths to the main body and horizontal lengths to the upper and lower structure. To the front of the screen the upper wooden panels are etched with a Art Deco floral design which has been sympathetically coloured.
Measures approximateley - Thickness of panels 1/2 inch (1.27 cm). Height 68 1/4 inch (173 cm) - width is 19 3/4 inch (50 cm) x. Three panels - making a total width of 59 1/4 inch (1 metre 50 cm). Condition - Viewing from front. And looking at the right end lower three horizontal panels of which the top one has a split in the wood.
Again on the same side to the upper painted area in the corner only is a little damage but the wood is not split - both can be the seen within the last two images. To summarise for an Arts & Crafts piece which is possibly over one hundred years old it is in excellent used condition. The item "EARLY 20TH CENTURY LIBERTY & CO ARTS AND CRAFTS THREE PANEL OAK FOLDING SCREEN" is in sale since Monday, October 21, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Periods/Styles\Arts & Crafts Movement".The seller is "forgottenfootball" and is located in Belper. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.