A fire screen of apparently identical design is held in the collection of The Victoria & Albert Museum, London; they record 'This was one of Benson's earliest registered designs. He had a facility for inventing gadgets: his vaned copper screen is reminiscent of the copper shade he evolved for some of his lamps (see lot 131) - an example of these, installed by Philip Webb at Standen, near East Grinstead, is now in the possession of the Victoria and Albert Museum. The pattern is shown in his catalogue of 1899/1900, given the production number 679 (pl.29) and costing four guineas' (M.37-1972). This model is illustrated in the W.A.S. Benson & Co. Catalogue 1899/1900, no. 679.