Early Victorian Rosewood Freestanding Pole Screen


Product Description

Circa 1840, late William IV/early Victorian rosewood freestanding pole screen. The screen is needlepoint in an oval glazed frame with a stylish open fretwork border and carved roundels. At the back of this there are 3 oval hooks, with a nut for adjusting the height. These are held in place on a turned upright which is topped with a finial. As it tapers down, the main body of the stand has a stylish upside down tulip shaped fluted stem and a bulbous section, on a raised bezel in the form of a flower head. The base itself is circular with carved triangular sections in relief with rounded corners, finishing on 4 squat splayed feet. Very stylish, elegant and clean.




  • 63cm high x 52cm wide x 35cm deep.

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