THREE FOLDING SCREENS, 19TH CENTURY
comprising a four-fold leather screen, Spanish, late 19th century; a similar three-fold screen made-up from a fragments of painted and gilded leather, possibly 18th century and a Victorian decoupage four-fold screen, all with losses
each fold largest to smallest: 213 by 56cm.; 7ft. by 1ft. 2in., 159 by 56cm.; 5ft. 2½in. by 1ft 10in ,136.5 by 61cm. 4ft. 5½in., 2ft.
Decorative. The scrap-screen is great fun. All with tears and old marks and sratches. Some localised re-touching and some losses to painted details. Signs of long term storage in evidence. Scrap screen missing some scraps.
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