14 June 2006
Queen Mary's firescreen
A Mid-Victorian giltwood and gros-point needlework two-fold double-sided screen
One glass panel deficient
Each leaf - 61 in. (155 cm.) high; 27¾ in. (70.5 cm.) wide
Queen Mary (1867-1953), formerly placed in the Green Drawing Room, Marlborough House, London.
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Illustrated in the Guide to the Exhibition of Queen Mary's Art Treasures, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 26 May to 31 December 1954.
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