Three-Panel Room Divider or Screen Mirror and Mahogany, Early 19th Century

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This wonderful and large room divider or screen has nine mirror panels framed in a fine mahogany grained wood decorated with bronze mounts. This highly functional screen is extremely decorative and would fit in any room with most all interiors. This Georgian screen was purchase from a Manhattan apartment.

  
Details
Of the Period
Georgian
Place of Origin
England
Date of Manufacture
1880s
Period
1860-1869
Condition
Good
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
6 ft. 6.3 in. H x 7 ft. 4.5 in. W x 1 in. D
199 cm H x 225 cm W x 3 cm D
Dealer Location
Stamford, CT
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
15010586324309
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1stdibs seller since 2009
Located in Stamford, CT

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