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Victorian Needlepoint Tapestry Screen Monkey Cat
Located in Potters Bar, GB
Quirky Victorian needlepoint tapestry on a wooden screen Mahogany screen features barley twist legs
Category

1890s Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Set of 24 Engravings by Richard Blome Framed in Pair of Regency Screens
By Richard Blome
Located in Charleston, SC
) framed in a pair of three panel mahogany Regency Screens, 17th century. The etchings are from "BLOME
Category

Late 17th Century English Charles II Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Upholstery, Mahogany, Paper

Mahogany Fire Screen
Located in Bradenton, FL
An exceptionally nice large early Victorian era Mahogany fire screen with a beautiful French polish
Category

Mid-19th Century English George III Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Antique Mahogany Fire Screen
Mahogany Fire Screen
H 48 in W 31 in D 16 in
Continental Dutch Style Mahogany 4-Fold Screen with Marquetry
Located in New York, NY
Continental Dutch style (19th century) mahogany and inlaid marquetry 4 fold screen with upholstered
Category

19th Century Other Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Victorian Mahogany Pole Screen
Located in Suffolk, GB
Quality 19th century Victorian antique mahogany pole screen with a needlepoint picture in a
Category

19th Century English Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Antique Victorian Mahogany Pole Screen
Victorian Mahogany Pole Screen
H 71.66 in W 22.84 in D 21.66 in
Mahogany Two Fold Needlework Screen
Located in Wilson, NC
This solid mahogany folding screen has the original clear, wavy glass in the top panels. The silk
Category

Early 1900s English Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Glass, Mahogany

Antique Mahogany Two Fold Needlework Screen
Mahogany Two Fold Needlework Screen
H 60 in W 48.5 in D 0.88 in
French Empire Mahogany 3-Fold Screen
Located in New York, NY
French Empire style (19th Century) mahogany 3 fold screen with bronze trim and round pastel
Category

19th Century French Empire Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Bronze

Antique French Empire Mahogany 3-Fold Screen
H 77.5 in W 56 in D 2 in
Empire Parcel Gilt Mahogany Fire Screen
Located in Morristown, NJ
19th c., France. Substantial double sided fire screen. A mahogany rectangular frame is relief
Category

Late 19th Century French Regency Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Fabric, Textile, Wood, Mahogany, Giltwood

A Three Fold Carved Mahogany Room Screen
Located in Conwy, GB
Provenance, Penicuik House, Midlothian, Scotland. H:184 W:61 (Each Panel) D:8 (Folded) CM H:72.5 W:24 (Each Panel) D:3.2 (Folded) INCHES
Category

Early 20th Century Scottish Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

19th century William IV mahogany pole screen
Located in Debenham, Suffolk
19th century William IV mahogany pole screen, circa 1830 Framed original tapestry depicting a
Category

Mid-19th Century English William IV Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

19th century William IV mahogany pole screen
19th century William IV mahogany pole screen
H 54.25 in W 16.75 in D 16.75 in
Antique Pole Screen, English, Victorian, Mahogany, Needlepoint, Tapestry
Located in Hele, Devon, GB
This is an antique pole screen, an English, Victorian fireside piece in mahogany with a needlepoint
Category

19th Century English Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

19th Century Chinese Carved and Inlaid Mahogany Folding Screen
Located in New York, NY
Nineteenth century Chinese screen comprised of four mahogany panels finely decorated with
Category

19th Century Chinese Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany, Bone, Satinwood

Antique Needlepoint Fire Screen, English, Mahogany, Fireside Guard, Regency
Located in Hele, Devon, GB
This is an antique needlepoint fire screen. An English, mahogany fireside guard with tapestry
Category

Early 19th Century British Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Four Fold Screen with Paintings of Dogs
By Maud Earl 2
Located in London, GB
A Rare four-fold screen The panels by Maud Earl The screen of rounded rectilinear form and
Category

Early 20th Century European Art Nouveau Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Mahogany Fireplace Screen 19th Century Antique American Sheraton circa 1830
By Thomas Sheraton
Located in Camden, ME
Unusual American mahogany extendable fireplace screen in the style of Thomas Sheraton. The
Category

Mid-19th Century English Sheraton Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

English Victorian Carved Mahogany 4-Fold Screen with Tapestry Panels
Located in New York, NY
English Victorian mahogany 4-fold screen with heavy carved scroll filigree top and tapestry panels.  
Category

Late 19th Century British Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wood, Textile, Mahogany

Antique Victorian French Tapestry Mahogany Frame 3 Panel Screen Room Divider
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Antique Victorian French Tapestry Mahogany Frame 3 Panel Screen Room Divider. Item features figural
Category

Early 20th Century Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Tapestry, Mahogany

Victorian Hand Embroidered Silk and Mahogany Fire Screen
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
Victorian Hand embroidered silk and mahogany fire screen This is a fine-looking piece, it is a
Category

19th Century Adam Style Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Silk

19th Century Stunning Quality Three Panel Folding Screen in Solid Mahogany
Located in Petworth,West Sussex, GB
A stunning quality 19th century mahogany folding three panel dressing screen or room divider
Category

Mid-19th Century British Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

French Empire Mahogany 3-Fold Screen with Bronze Mounts
Located in Miami, FL
French Empire style (19th century) mahogany 3 fold screen with bronze trim.
Category

Late 19th Century French Empire Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Bronze

19th Century French Louis XVI Mahogany Inlaid Silk Scroll Screen with Crank
Located in Sofia, BG
Mahogany scroll screen with foliage decor, green silk fabric with crank. Very good condition
Category

Late 19th Century French Louis XVI Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Antique Moroccan Fire Screen
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Antique Moroccan screen crafted with mahogany in an architecturally interesting form featuring
Category

Early 20th Century Moroccan Moorish Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Bone, Mother-of-Pearl, Ebony, Mahogany

Antique Moroccan Fire Screen
Antique Moroccan Fire Screen
H 49 in W 21 in D 12 in
19th Century Pleated Silk Screen
Located in London, GB
Five fold screen with original apple green pleated silk and braid. Mahogany frame. French c.1810
Category

1810s French Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Silk, Mahogany

19th Century Pleated Silk Screen
19th Century Pleated Silk Screen
H 46.46 in W 88.59 in D 2.37 in
George III Needlework Fire Screen
Located in Wilson, NC
George III needlework fire screen is framed with a repeating and flower ribbon carving. The stem is
Category

1760s English Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wool, Mahogany

George III Needlework Fire Screen
George III Needlework Fire Screen
H 57 in W 21.5 in D 19 in
George III Needlework Fire Screen
Located in Wilson, NC
George III needlework fire screen depicts an English manor house with dogs, deer, and peacocks on a
Category

1760s English Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wool, Mahogany

George III Needlework Fire Screen
George III Needlework Fire Screen
H 57 in W 21.5 in D 19 in
English Inlaid Four Paneled Folding Screen
Located in Wilson, NC
English inlaid four paneled folding screen made of mahogany inlaid with satinwood. It has walnut
Category

Late 19th Century English Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Glass, Boxwood, Ebony, Mahogany, Satinwood, Walnut, Wood

Antique Needlepoint Pole Fire Screen
Located in Oakwood, GA
Antique Needlepoint Pole Fire Screen, Mahogany, 66.5"H Antique Mahogany pole and base Floral
Category

Late 19th Century Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wood

Antique Needlepoint Pole Fire Screen
Antique Needlepoint Pole Fire Screen
H 66.5 in W 19 in D 19 in
Antique Fireside Screen, English, Panel, Needlepoint, Tapestry, Regency
Located in Hele, Devon, GB
This is an antique fireside screen. An English, ebonized mahogany and glass panel with needlepoint
Category

Early 19th Century British Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Art Nouveau four panel screen
Located in Bishop's Stortford, GB
Art Nouveau four panel folding screen, Mahogany Frame, glass top floral patterned silk looking
Category

1890s French Art Nouveau Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Silk, Glass

Art Nouveau four panel screen
Art Nouveau four panel screen
H 59.06 in W 78.75 in D 1.97 in
Period George III Quilled Gilded Paper Pole Fire Screen
Located in Hudson, NY
This fine lovely English pole screen circa 1780 would have been used to block direct heat from
Category

Late 18th Century English George III Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Antiques Tapestry Fireplace Screen Tilt Top Table
Located in Antwerp, BE
19th C Tapestry Fireplace Screen, Antique Belgian Tapestry Panel Mahogany Stand Victorian Romantic
Category

19th Century Belgian Biedermeier Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Glass, Wood

Early American Stenciled Tiger Maple Pole Screen
Located in Savannah, GA
Mahogany and maple pole screen on a tripod base featuring a center urn, adjustable brass slide and
Category

Early 1800s American Federal Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Maple

19th C. Regency Painted Pole Fire Screens, a Pair, The Betty Seeler Collection
Located in Morristown, NJ
A pair of fine English Regency painted pole screens from The Elizabeth Seeler Collection. 19th c
Category

Early 19th Century British Regency Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wood, Paint, Mahogany

Antique Art Nouveau Commedia Dell’Arte Painted Paravent/Screen Paris ca 1920
Located in Doha, QA
This spectacular Art Nouveau Era Paravent/Screen is a true eye catcher and one of a kind piece of
Category

Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Linen, Wood, Mahogany

A late victorian inlaid four fold drafts screen, attributed to Hicks of Dublin
By Hicks of Dublin
Located in Lymington, Hampshire
A very fine late Victorian four fold mahogany draught screen, attributed to Hicks of Dublin, each
Category

Late 19th Century English Late Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany, Satinwood

Three-Leaf Silk and Wood Screen 1900, Stamped Felix Bernard
Located in Paris, FR
Charming Art Nouveau period small three-leaf screen or mantel screen in carved mahogany decorated
Category

Late 19th Century French Art Nouveau Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Silk, Wood, Glass

Antique Pendant Pole Screen, English, Fireside Tapestry Stand, William IV, 1835
Located in Hele, Devon, GB
This is an antique pendant pole screen. An English, mahogany and silk cotton fireside tapestry
Category

Early 19th Century British Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wood

PAIR OF FINEST QUALITY DUTCH HARDWOOD & WALNUT THREE FOLD SCREENS ROOM DIVIDERs
Located in GB
stunning, finest quality, Antique Dutch Mahogany & Walnut three fold room dividers with glass panel tops
Category

19th Century Belgian Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Hardwood, Walnut

Early 20th century carved towel rail
Located in Debenham, Suffolk
Early 20th century carved towel rail circa 1910. Good quality towel rail made from mahogany and
Category

Early 20th Century English Edwardian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Pine

Early 20th century carved towel rail
Early 20th century carved towel rail
H 36.5 in W 28 in D 9.5 in
Adam Revival Mahogany Fire Screen
Located in Cheshire, GB
Adam Revival mahogany fire screen, the carved top rail with urn and bellflower carved decoration
Category

Early 20th Century British Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wood

Adam Revival Mahogany Fire Screen
Adam Revival Mahogany Fire Screen
H 45.5 in W 26.5 in D 17 in
Antique Mahogany Fire Pole Screen
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Charming antique American fire pole screen with hand made wool needlepoint panel. The slender pole
Category

Early 1900s American Sheraton Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wool, Walnut

Antique Mahogany Fire Pole Screen
Antique Mahogany Fire Pole Screen
H 54.5 in W 14 in D 14 in
Antique Regency English Carved Mahogany Fire Screen
Located in Forney, TX
A fine Regency period pole fire screen, handcrafted in England, circa 1800. This wonderful example
Category

Early 19th Century English Regency Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Glass, Mahogany

English Chippendale Mahogany Shield Back Pole Screen, Circa 1770
Located in Hollywood, SC
English Chippendale mahogany shield back needlepoint pole screen with a urn finial , telescopic
Category

1770s English Chippendale Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany, Wood

English Adjustable Tapestry and Mahogany Fire Screen
Located in London, GB
English adjustable tapestry and mahogany fire screen English, c. 1860 Measures: Height 138cm
Category

19th Century English Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Metal

Mahogany Fire Screen with Tapestry 19th Century
Located in New York, NY
Neoclassical mahogany fire screen with carved crest, supported by scroll feet, needlepoint panel
Category

19th Century Neoclassical Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wood

Mahogany Fire Screen with Tapestry 19th Century
Mahogany Fire Screen with Tapestry 19th Century
H 36.75 in W 29.25 in D 13.25 in
18th Century, English Chippendale Mahogany Needlepoint Shield Back Pole Screens
Located in Germantown, MD
A pair of English Chippendale mahogany shield back with original needlepoint work pole screens with
Category

Mid-18th Century Chippendale Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Pair of 1900s Edwardian Carved Mahogany And Needlepoint Pole Screens
Located in Germantown, MD
Pair of 1900s Edwardian Carved Mahogany And Needlepoint Pole Screens measuring 16" wide and 16
Category

Early 20th Century American Edwardian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

19th Century Continental Mahogany and Tapestry Expandable Trestle Fire Screen
Located in Germantown, MD
19th century continental mahogany and tapestry expandable trestle fire screen. The handmade
Category

Late 19th Century American Late Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Textile, Tapestry, Glass, Mahogany

19th Century American Empire Mahogany and Needlepoint Fire Screen on Wheels
Located in Germantown, MD
19th century American Empire Mahogany and needlepoint fireplace screen on wheels. Measures 22" in
Category

Late 19th Century American American Empire Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Fabric, Mahogany

E W Godwin. Anglo Japanese Mahogany Fire Screen with Original Silk Country Scene
By Edward William Godwin
Located in London, GB
Edward William Godwin, attributed. An Anglo Japanese Mahogany fire screen with the original
Category

Late 19th Century English Anglo-Japanese Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Silk, Mahogany

Victorian Tapestry Screen Needlepoint Hand Woven 1840 Pastoral
Located in Potters Bar, GB
Wonderful Victorian tapestry screen showing a delightful English pastoral scene We date this to
Category

1840s Victorian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

19th Century French Empire style fire screen.
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A rare and very stylish 19th Century French Mahogany Empire influenced folding fire screen, having
Category

19th Century French Empire Revival Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Ormolu

19th Century French Empire style fire screen.
19th Century French Empire style fire screen.
H 45.28 in W 30.32 in D 9.06 in
Large Art Deco Double Doors or Geometric Screen Panels
Located in Wormelow, Herefordshire
This set of tall mahogany Art Deco double doors were originally a pair of fixed panels either side
Category

Early 20th Century English Art Deco Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Wood, Mahogany

Georgian Mahogany Folding Dumbwaiter
Located in Bedfordshire, GB
A Very Good Quality George III Period, Late 18th Century, Mahogany Folding Dumbwaiter Having Three
Category

Late 18th Century English Georgian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Regency Mahogany Sofa Table
Located in Bedfordshire, GB
An Extremely Good Quality Regency Period, 19th Century, Mahogany Sofa Table Of Generous Proportions
Category

Early 19th Century English Regency Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Regency Mahogany Sofa Table
Regency Mahogany Sofa Table
H 29.5 in W 46.25 in D 24 in
Georgian Mahogany Linen Press
Located in Bedfordshire, GB
A very good quality 18th century George III period Mahogany linen press with dentil cornice and
Category

Mid-18th Century English George III Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Georgian Mahogany Linen Press
Georgian Mahogany Linen Press
H 77 in W 50 in D 24 in
Georgian Mahogany Corner Cabinet
Located in Bedfordshire, GB
An attractive and very good quality George III Period, late 18th century, mahogany wall hanging
Category

Late 18th Century English Georgian Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Georgian Mahogany Corner Cabinet
Georgian Mahogany Corner Cabinet
H 42 in W 30 in D 21 in
Small Georgian Mahogany Bureau
Located in Bedfordshire, GB
An Extremely Good Quality 18th Century, Georgian Mahogany Bureau, Of Rare Diminutive Proportions
Category

Mid-18th Century English Chippendale Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Small Georgian Mahogany Bureau
Small Georgian Mahogany Bureau
H 39 in W 25 in D 20 in
Georgian Mahogany Kneehole Desk
Located in Bedfordshire, GB
A Very Good Quality 18th Century, George III Period, Mahogany Kneehole Desk, Having Well Figured
Category

Mid-18th Century English George II Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

Georgian Mahogany Kneehole Desk
Georgian Mahogany Kneehole Desk
H 31 in W 29 in D 18.5 in
Georgian Mahogany Octagonal Wine Table
Located in Bedfordshire, GB
A Very Good Quality George III Period Mahogany Wine Table, Having Extremely Well Figured Octagonal
Category

Late 18th Century English George III Antique Mahogany Screen

Materials

Mahogany

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With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the antique mahogany screen you’re looking for. Each antique mahogany screen for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, mahogany and fabric. Your living room may not be complete without an antique mahogany screen — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century. An antique mahogany screen is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in Victorian, Regency and Art Nouveau styles are sought with frequency. A well-made antique mahogany screen has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Morris & Co., Thomas Chippendale and Cutler & Girard are consistently popular.

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Prices for an antique mahogany screen start at $233 and top out at $120,000 with the average selling for $2,800.