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HEIGHT: 8 ft. (244 cm) WIDTH: 12 ft. (366 cm)
Early 20th Century
George Hulbe Art Nouveau screen from 1890's Germany
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A French gilt wood three-panel screen with beveled glass in framed top, circa 1920s
Maison Jansen folding screen with five panels. Crafted out of wood with painted pink finish rendered to look like molding.
A two-paneled embroidered screen depicting a rooster and a chicken from the 19th century. This piece is in good vintage condition with some age appropriate wear.
A three-panel folding screen dating from the late 19th century. Crafted in the French Régence style with giltwood frame carved with foliate diaper pattern on the bottom.
Monumental Chinese export hand-painted wallpaper six panel screen
A welded and enameled metal screen and room divider, produced circa 1950's by designer Arthur Umanoff, features three folding panels, composed of cut-out baluster rails and ball form feet and finials.
Three part folding screen, oil on canvas from circa 1930, depicting an exotic Salome hovering over the head of John the Baptist
Art Deco period heavy wood folding screen hand-painted in Asian style in 1928 with a multitude of highly detailed birds
Produced in Japan within the early 20th Century period, circa late Meiji to the early Showa period, this elegant six panel screen, which comes set within a black lacquer frame
Vintage pair of mid-century modern room dividers, each with five mirrored arched panels.
Early 20th Century six panel Japanese screen, during the late Meiji to early Showa period, comes set within a black lacquer frame, with paintings of various foliage, flowers and bamboo surrounding a blue lake, beautifully detailed with swirling patterns.
Produced circa 1880s unique antique Japanese four-panel screen in painted paper, decorated with a samurai figure on horseback, inset within a wooden frame.
An antique Louis XIV style console table in untreated wood.
An abstract painting by mid-century artist John Seery, “Drawl”; acrylic on canvas,1975, signed on back.
American Gilded Age pair of Tiffany urns made in heavy cast gilt bronze.
A pair of modernist Art Deco 'Woofle Bird' table lamps designed in 1929.
Italian neo-classical carved olive wood sculpture depicting the head of Paris, made around 1810, after Italian artist Antonio Canova.
Geometric style modern faceted art glass sculpture or vase, created by New-York based artist John Torreano (b. 1941) in the late 20th century.
Seguso table lamp in cobalt blue Murano glass from the 1950s.
Isaac Kahn geometric totem in brushed metal over composite on painted base. The sculpture is marked "Kahn 79" near the bottom.
Adrian Pearsall Mid-Century Modern high back wing chair made for Craft Associates in the 1960's.
Memphis Group Postmodern ceramic hand-painted pedestal or side table with colorful geometric theme dating from the 1990s.
American Brutalist sculpted bronze coffee or cocktail table created by Paul Evans Studio, initialed and dated 70 on the base.
A rare huge clay Lucky Cat, produced in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868) - Ca. 1820.
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