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Material: Gold Leaf
Japanese Edo Six Panel Table Screen After Maruyama Okyo
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Fantastic diminutive Japanese Edo period table top screen depicting a lively water landscape with flora and fauna. The screen is beautifully painted o...
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19th Century Japanese Edo Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Gold Leaf

20th Century Chinese Export Six Panel Gold Leaf Coromandel Screen
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Late Qing, early republic period style Chinese export six-panel coromandel screen featuring a pavillion with figures engaged in leisurely activities on a dramatic gilt gold leaf back...
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20th Century Chinese Chinese Export Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Gold Leaf

Chinese Export Four Panel Coromandel Screen Cranes on Gold Leaf
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Dazzling Chinese export lacquered four-panel coromandel screen featuring a flora and fauna waterscape with stylized cranes. The carved lacquer panels...
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20th Century Chinese Chinese Export Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Gold Leaf

Six-Panel Coromandel Asian Screen
Located in Denton, TX
Six-panel double sided Coromandel Asian Screen lacquered in gold on one side and black on the other. The subject matter on the gold side is a festival and ...
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Mid-20th Century Chinese Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Chinese Export Gilt Coromandel Screen Manchurian Cranes
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Fantastic Chinese export four-panel lacquered coromandel screen featuring an idyllic pond landscape with eight red crowned cranes or Manchurian cranes...
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20th Century Chinese Chinese Export Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf, Brass

1950s Spanish Folding Screen / Room Divider in Gilt Metal
Located in Barcelona, ES
Faux bamboo foliage folding screen, wrought iron, gold leaf, Spain, 1960s Eye-catching gilt metal three-panel folding screen or room divider with faux bamboo ironstructure and foliag...
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20th Century Spanish Mid-Century Modern Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Metal, Iron, Gold Leaf

20th Century Chinese Gilt Coromandel Eight-Panel Screen Immortals Sky Gods
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Amazing Chinese export eight-panel lacquered coromandel screen depicting a heavenly scene of immortals and sky gods floating in ruyi clouds. The fascin...
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20th Century Chinese Chinese Export Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Gold Leaf

Hand Painted Three Panel Wood Screen
Located in San Francisco, CA
C. 20th Century 1930's - 1950's Hand Painted Three Panel Wood Screen.
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20th Century Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf, Silver Leaf

1950s Three-Panel Folding Screen
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Vienna Werkstatte style screen, circa 1950, in gold and silver leaf with red lacquer background and multi-colored decoration. Double-sided with diffe...
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1950s Austrian Vienna Secession Vintage Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf, Silver Leaf

Gold Folding Screen
Located in Rio Tinto, PT
Possession of furniture with gold and silver leafing symbolizes wealth and prosperity. It was a status symbol in those ancient times that inspired our present furniture makers who ad...
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2010s Portuguese Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

3 Panel 1960s Gilded Italian Screen
Located in Dallas, TX
Stunning three arch panel gold leaf screen/room divider, made in Italy, 1960s. Beautifully decorated gold leaf. Good vintage condition with some imperfections including light wear/st...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

K-3 Maiko Kimono 2 panels Screen Red Floral
Located in Cadorago, CO
Crafted by the collaborative vision of K-3 and the iconic Kenzo Takada, this exquisite two-panel screen exemplifies the fusion of traditional Japanese artistry with contemporary desi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Japanese Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Mid-Century Chinese Coromandel Black Lacquered and Gilt Eight-Panel Screen
Located in Chicago, IL
This double-sided eight-panel Coromandel export black lacquered screen depicts a natural landscape with birds, trees, and chrysanthemums. In the Coromandel lacquer technique, a layer...
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Mid-20th Century Chinese Chinoiserie Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Metal, Gold Leaf

Ostentation Folding Screen by Memoir Essence
Located in Geneve, CH
Ostentation Folding Screen by Memoir Essence Dimensions: D 4 x W 200 x H 200 cm. Materials: Gold leaf, and marble. Also available with a lacquer finish. Please contact us. In gold ...
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2010s Portuguese Post-Modern Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Marble, Gold Leaf

Angéle Boddaert - Three-Fold Screen
Located in New York, NY
Oil and gold leaf on canvas; Wood structure *Note: Dimensions listed are per panel
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21st Century and Contemporary Belgian Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Metal, Gold Leaf

Court Gold Italian Harlequin Panel Screen
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This Italian wooden folding screen from the 19th century is a true marvel of craftsmanship and artistry. Standing at 63" tall and spreading 66" wide when opened up, it features hand painted harlequin jester people who were known for entertaining royalty. This screen is a unique piece, one-of-a-kind with its own personality. Crafted in the early 20th century, this court gold Italian harlequin...
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Early 20th Century Italian Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Japanese Asian Four-Panel Folding Byobu Showa Hunting Hawks Falcons Bird Screen
Located in Studio City, CA
A beautiful and engaging four-panel Japanese Byobu folding screen depicting three distinct tethered and tamed hunting birds of prey - hawks or falcons (Takagari) - sitting upon their...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Showa Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Patinated Wood and Gold Leaf Screen. France, Mid-20th Century
Located in Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires
Patinated Wood and gold leaf screen attributed to Maison Jansen. France, mid-20th century.
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Gold Leaf

Gold and Black Art Nouveau / Art Deco Paravant 20th Century Wood and Gold Leaf
Located in DE
Beautiful and rare Art Nouveau or Art Deco 20th century Paravent. The stunning geometry of the pattern draws you into a hall full of archways and pillars. The room divider has four panels and is made out of wood, painted and gold leafed. The pattern comes out of the panels, as it is textured in a 3 dimensional way. The elegant color scheme is striking in its black and gold and copper contrast and no attention to detail has been spared in this beautiful and rare screen. The back of the room divider is painted black. Details are painted in greens, blues and pastel purple and beige colors. The size of the home screen measures 215 cm in height, 185 in width and 2 cm in depth. There are four panels and each has a width of 46 cm that can be placed at different angels or flat against the wall as a piece of art in itself. Rare antique Paravent...
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20th Century European Art Deco Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Broadway Folding Screen with Gold Leaf
Located in Paris, FR
Folding screen Broadway divided in six panels, two in golden leaf, two black lacquered, another made through marquetry in walnut wood and other in ebony veneer.
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Japanese Asian Large Edo Six-Panel Folding Byobu Screen Landscape Monkeys Trees
Located in Studio City, CA
An absolutely gorgeous, wonderfully composed six-panel Japanese Byobu folding screen/room divider depicting a family of playful monkeys among the blooming trees and mountainous lands...
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Early 19th Century Japanese Edo Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Japanese Asian Signed Four-Panel Folding Byobu Showa Lotus Tree Nature Screen
Located in Studio City, CA
A truly gorgeous four-panel Japanese Byobu folding screen depicting a nature scene with a lotus tree in full bloom. The subtle yet rich colors, gold leaf, and beautiful hand-painted ...
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20th Century Japanese Showa Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Pair of Double-Sided Neoclassical Grilles in Wrought Iron - France 1940
Located in Girona, Girona
Pair of neoclassical apartment separation grilles in wrought iron with an old patina of gold leaf. Fixing points on the highest upright. Double sided. Very nice quality. France c. 1...
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1940s French Neoclassical Vintage Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Iron, Gold Leaf

1950s Four Panel Gold Leaf Room Divider Double-Sided Japanese Inspired
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Exceptional 1950s Glamour Japanese inspired Asian Room Divider in Mahogany Wood and Gold Leaf Folding 4 Panel Double Sided Screen custom design. Crafted in Gold Leaf, Hand Painted Oi...
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1950s Unknown Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Brass, Gold Leaf

Japanese Asian Large Six-Panel Folding Byobu Flower Cart Screen, 19th Century
Located in Studio City, CA
A gorgeous six-panel Japanese Byobu folding screen. Listing as Meiji period but could very possibly Edo period. Decorated with peonies, irises and...
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19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Antique French Louis XVI Three-Panel Screen
Located in New Orleans, LA
Antique French Louis XVI three-panel screen.
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Late 19th Century French Louis XVI Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Coromandel Screen
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Amazing metalic screen.
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1970s American Vintage Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Gold Leaf, Silver Leaf

Gold Pebble Screen Gold Leaf Painted
Located in Paris, FR
Screen gold pebble in fiber glass and gold leaf hand-painted. With 3 folding screens.
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Gold Leaf

Louis XV Style Carved Gilt 3-Fold Screen with Embroidered Silk Panels
Located in New York, NY
French Louis XV style (19th Century) carved gilt 3 fold screen with blue silk embroidered panels and cornucopia design.
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19th Century French Louis XV Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

19th c. Chinese Chippendale Folding Screen
Located in New York, NY
Nineteenth century English Chinese Chippendale four fold screen with silk panels embroidered with floral chinoiserie patterns framed in giltwood carved with filigree fretwork tops.
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19th Century British Chinese Chippendale Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Antique Japanese Six-Panel Screen by Kano Chikanobu
Located in Prahran, Victoria
Late 17th century Kano school peony landscape screens. One of a pair of screens signed: Hogan Josen Fujiwara Chikanobu Hitsu - Kano Chikanobu (Shushin) ...
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Early 18th Century Japanese Edo Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

French Louis XV Style 3-Fold Screen with Inlaid Panels
Located in New York, NY
French Louis XV style (19th Century) 3 fold screen with inlaid scenes and gilt trim.
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19th Century French Louis XV Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Salvador Corona Folding 4 Panel Floor Screen of Patzcuaro, Acapulco circa 1938
Located in Camden, ME
Salvador Corona painted four-panel wooden floor screen created in his studio in Mexico circa 1938. This rare hand crafted multi medium room divider was the property of the daughter of one of Mexico's wealthiest families of the period, who married the head of an international railroad supply company in their Warren McArthur furnished apartment on Park Avenue. The custom designed Warren McArthur furniture was a gift of the Pullman Company. In the early 1950s she opened a shop in Boothbay, Maine and later on upper Lexington Avenue specializing in the crafts of Mexico. This may have been a wedding present to her from the artist, her family or a close friend. The screen shows a the harbor of 19th Century Acapulco with the major buildings with gold leaf tiled roofs, Spanish galleons in the bay, a whale spouting in the distance, birds, and silver leafed palm trees . The harbor scene is bordered in gilt painted cord. Within which are appliquéd cutout medallions of various local fish and air bubbles covered in tinfoil ,a new material in the 30s. The tinfoil is finely etched in a variety of intricate patterns. Some of the appliqués are glazed in gold. The reverse side of the screen is an ivory white back ground with vignettes from the Maximilian era of Mexico. The screen is in good condition with wear consistent with its age. Salvador Corona was born on his family's ranch Hacienda Mideras in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Corona’s family moved to Mexico City in 1903 when he was 8. He attended the New English College in Mexico and then crossed into a career in bull fighting entering the ring for the first time in 1913. In 1919 in Guadalajara he was gored and turned to painting. He was given his first painting lessons by fellow bullfighter Jose Jimenez. Corona’s painting career spanned many decades and diverse formats including murals, furniture and decorative household items. In 1939, the Mexican government invited him to exhibit a set of painted furniture at it's booth at the World’s Fair in New York City. There, it was presented to President Franklin D. Roosevelt as a gift. Corona’s work attracted many famous patrons, including the Duchess of Windsor, Gary Cooper and writer Clare Booth Luce. Salvador Corona’s work featured many Spanish Colonial vignettes, and he became an authority on Spanish and French costumes of the 1800s, which are frequently depicted in his paintings. His favorite subjects often included Mexican Colonial criollos and Purepecha (Tarascan) Indians. Birds and other animals feature prominently in his work. His traditional self-developed folk art style images depicted pastoral colorful scenes of Maximilian era Mexico painted on white backgrounds. His work can be divided into three categories: a vice-regal era with European and Creole noblemen mixed with Indians; stylized landscapes of Patscuaro, Acapulco or the Canal of Santa Anita; and his iconographic Mexican Virgins...
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1930s Mexican Rancho Monterey Vintage Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Foil, Gold Leaf

Antique Japanese Six-Panel Screen by Kano Chikanobu "Shushin"
Located in Prahran, Victoria
Late 17th century Kano school peony landscape screens. Both screens signed: Hogan Josen Fujiwara Chikanobu Hitsu - Kano Chikanobu (Shushin) (1660 - 1728...
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Early 18th Century Japanese Edo Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Pair of Japanese Screens: Ink paintings of peacocks on gold leaf by Imao Keinen
By Imao Keinen
Located in Prahran, Victoria
A pair of screens by Imao Keinen featuring peacocks painted in ink on gold leaf. Lacquered wood frame, brocade border, incised copper hardware. Dimensions: H 175cm x W 352cm Biogr...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

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Gold Leaf

Vadim Garine Screen in Tempera and Gold Leaf
Located in Paris, FR
A folding screen by Vadim Garine, mixed technique folding screen painted with tempera and gold leaf, supported by a painted sanded wood frame. The screen folds in four parts standing...
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2010s French Other Gold Leaf Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Other, Gold Leaf

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