Circa 1860, good pair of early Victorian mahogany pole screens, with 2 framed water colour panels depicting rural Scottish scenery. One with a derelict abbey, woodland and some water, and the other with some farmland with a bridge and a stream. These are framed in mahogany, and have brass clasps at the back for adjusting the height. The tops of the poles have simple but stylish finials and the main body is a bulbous upright standing on a large double raised concentric base, finishing on 3 squat circular feet. Unusual and stylish.
- 119cm high x 59cm wide x 37cm deep.