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c.1930 Mediterranean Resort Painted Steel Screen


Unique resort furniture with floral motifs once dominated the Mediterranean coast, where it was very popular with visitors and locals alike. Made from steel with original paint, these screens were utilized as mobile dressing areas when dressed with fabric. Today they are wonderful accents from a past romantic era, complimenting interiors and exteriors alike.


  • Condition
    Original. Please refer to detail photos. Please note there are some missing pieces. .
  • Dimensions

    H 72.75 in. x W 30.75 in. x D 14.5 in.

    H 184.79 cm x W 78.11 cm x D 36.83 cm

  • Seller location
    Chicago, IL
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