Riveted Brass Folding Screen

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This brass clad folding screen or room divider in the style of Sarreid has three panels with riveted trim. The measurements given are for the screen fully extended flat without any angles. Each panel is 20" wide.

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Details
Date of Manufacture
circa 1970s
Period
1970-1979
Materials and Techniques
Brass
Condition
Good. Light overall wear with some scratches, scattering of small dark spots along the bottom of the panels on one side.
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
70 in. H x 61 in. W x 0.5 in. D
178 cm H x 155 cm W x 1 cm D
Dealer Location
Chicago, IL
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU81978044553
Contact The Seller
1stdibs seller since 2006
Located in Chicago, IL
Associations:
  • 20th Century Specialists

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