Late 19thC Victorian Mahogany & Upholstered Fire-Screen on Tripod Base
A wonderfully decorative late 19thC piece in very good restored condition, now re-upholstered and covered in a pale blue-grey material with matching braid, having a mahogany frame with ebonised & carved relief, featuring a grapevine motif, on a turned pedestal and tripod base with matching ebonised relief and scrolled legs on brass & hardwood casters, this very fine and unusual fire-screen will impress in the most elegant of period-furnished reception rooms, fully-deserving of the flattering attention it will surely attract.
Height 63cm (24.75") & Width 64.5cm (25.5")
Footprint 51.5cm x 44.5cm (20.25" x 17.5")
This is a genuine antique piece from c1870-90, so you may expect the mature character that only comes with considerable age but, now professionally & sympathetically restored and re-upholstered, it is in very good, clean & sound condition, ready to use in your home.
PLEASE NOTE, THIS ITEM IS NOW ALSO ON SALE AT THE BRACKLEY ANTIQUE CELLAR & ELSEWHERE , SO IS OFFERED SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
NB: SHIPPING FOR THIS ITEM IS NOT FREE!
DELIVERY COSTS FOR THIS ITEM WILL VARY, DEPENDING ON THE BUYER'S LOCATION AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE SELLING PRICE OF THE ITEM.
I will deliver this item myself for £15 only within a 25 mile radius of Brackley in Northamptonshire, £35 only within a radius of 26-50 miles or up to £75 only within a radius of 51-100 miles. Where possible, I will quote at commercial rates for distances over 100 miles or try www.shiply.com for couriers with part loads but, in all cases where you are considering a purchase, please let me have your PostCode so I may confirm the delivery cost. Alternatively, you are welcome to collect the item yourself.
I am open to enquiries from outside the UK and I can arrange shipment to the USA & Europe. However, please bear in mind that shipping costs may be prohibitive and will include my own expenses.
I accept payment by PayPal but generally I prefer Cash upon Delivery/Collection.
This item may be viewed, by appointment, at Brackley in Northamptonshire, UK.