Early 20th Century Anglo-Indian Screen
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Early 20th Century Anglo-Indian Screen

$2,545.00
Est. Arrival: Mar 29 - Apr 08
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Why we love this
A wonderful open fretwork, carved Indian screen. It features four panels, each fold with pierced geometric and foliate see through design. Originally this mid height screens were used as a decorative element for ceremonial purposes, would look great in a living room as a room divider or in a bedroom as a wonderful headboard.
Color: brown
Condition: Good; wear and few blemishes consistent with age
Dimensions: 80" L x 1.5" W x 47.5" H
Era: Antique
Made Of: Teak wood
SKU: 77565363
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Mar 29 - Apr 08
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We're known for the artful displays in our airy 7,500 sq. ft. gallery-style showroom, where we specialize in globally inspired interiors. We carry a great selection of Indian and South Asian antiques, textiles from across the world, and architectural elements, along with a line of rustic furniture made from reclaimed wood.
Why we love this
A wonderful open fretwork, carved Indian screen. It features four panels, each fold with pierced geometric and foliate see through design. Originally this mid height screens were used as a decorative element for ceremonial purposes, would look great in a living room as a room divider or in a bedroom as a wonderful headboard.
About the Seller
We're known for the artful displays in our airy 7,500 sq. ft. gallery-style showroom, where we specialize in globally inspired interiors. We carry a great selection of Indian and South Asian antiques, textiles from across the world, and architectural elements, along with a line of rustic furniture made from reclaimed wood.