Victorian Decoupage Screen
Dating to 1880, this Victorian decoupage screen is beyond exquisite. Originating directly from St Bartholomew’s vicarage, located in the parish of Barrow, just outside of Chester, England. With four folding panel screens, each double-sided, and covered by hand with exquisite foliage, birds, children and adults paper decoupage decoration. The four panels are boarded with ebonised painted timber and the hinges are discreetly hidden and invisible (another key feature showcasing the quality of this piece). Having spent all of it’s time from the 1880’s up until June this year, when Quintessential duckeggBLUE acquired the piece direct from the vicarage, it is now available to purchase. In superb condition for it’s age, the four panels could be hung in there entirety on the wall as a feature or as a beautiful floor screen within a room. As we say, there are pieces that furnish a home and those that define it, and this is truly the latter. Found antiques with this provenance and history are rare commodities indeed.
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- Circa 1880, original English decoupage room screen
- ebonised timber surrond, fully functional, superb condition
- double-sided decoupage decoration
- A rare find
- H 175cm, Individual panel width 52cm, maximum width of 4 panels approx 218cm