A PAIR OF GEORGE IV GILT-LACQUERED-METAL-MOUNTED GILTWOOD AND ACER FIRESCREENS
A PAIR OF GEORGE IV GILT-LACQUERED-METAL-MOUNTED GILTWOOD AND ACER FIRESCREENS
A PAIR OF GEORGE IV GILT-LACQUERED-METAL-MOUNTED GILTWOOD AND ACER FIRESCREENS
A PAIR OF GEORGE IV GILT-LACQUERED-METAL-MOUNTED GILTWOOD AND ACER FIRESCREENS
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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV GILT-LACQUERED-METAL-MOUNTED GILTWOOD AND ACER FIRESCREENS

CIRCA 1825

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV GILT-LACQUERED-METAL-MOUNTED GILTWOOD AND ACER FIRESCREENS
CIRCA 1825
Each with silk-lined rising panel with pine-cone finial above a single figured maple hinged shelf decorated with a japanned landscape scene, on two pairs of scrolling feet
36 in. (91 cm.) high; 22 ¼ in. (56.5 cm.) wide; 10 in. (25.5 cm.) deep
Please note that 100% of the hammer proceeds from this auction will be paid to the Sandys Trust, registered charity number: 1168357, with the exception of limited deductions towards sale costs across the auction which cannot be accurately calculated at this time, capped at a total of £10,000.
Provenance
Almost certainly, Mary, Marchioness of Downshire and 1st Baroness Sandys of Ombersley (1764-1836) and by descent.
Literature
Ombersley Court Inventory, June 1963, annotated Ombersley MS, in 'The State Bedroom'.

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