Needle work fire screen

Needle work fire screen
Circa 1910
A superb large walnut framed floor standing fire screen, in the Queen Anne revival style. The central needlepoint panel has an exotic bird in flight amongst decorative foliage.
The whole is raised on short hand carved cabriole legs on a claw and ball foot, carved shell on the knee.
The top section of the walnut screen is headed with a raised arch with is carved with a central shell and foliage. Hand turned baluster finials at each end of the frame.
English circa 1910

Good consistent with age

29.92 inches
45.67 inches
18.11 inches
United Kingdom
walnut, needlework

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