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Mid 19th Century Indian Polychrome Painted Screen Divider (1 of 30)
The Flock of Arts
Flag of United KingdomCheshire, UK
The Flock of Arts is run by Ben Whittaker, a young dealer with a ton of passion. We aim to provide our customers with a wide variety of items of various backgrounds and ages. Based out of Knutsford, Cheshire, the showroom houses hand picked selection of stock, ranging from Original Artwork, to 17th Century Furniture, Studio Ceramics and So Much More!
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The Flock of Arts

Knutsford

Cheshire

United Kingdom

WA16 0EE

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We are located at the side of Booths Bus Station, Knutsford. Parking is free for two hours within the carpark at Booths, or directly opposite the shop, away from the block-paving, is free.

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Monday Closed, Tuesday - Saturday 08:30-17:30, Sunday 10:00-16:00

Mid 19th Century Indian Polychrome Painted Screen Divider

REF: LA457968
£775
€905
$975
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Description
Mid 19th Century Indian polychrome painted screen divider. The shaped pieced, carved top rail, decorated with pineapples and scroll work throughout, the centre tapering down to either side, raised above the plain frieze, leading to 11 shaped, vertical splats, each behind the shaped, carved apron, itself featuring floral and scroll carvings throughout, edged throughout with an undulating, shaped beading. Below is a central, full width pierced panel, the centre with a cross, flanked to either side with two short and one long rectangular piercing, with circles to either end of each rectangle. The last panel consists of eleven pierced, shaped splats, each pierced wit three circles, divided with opposing heart shapes. The legs with a finial to the top, above a variety of turned rings, a large section of barley twisting, and balusters, terminating on an outswept foot to either side, itself featuring scroll work carving. The screen is painted throughout with red, green, blue and gold, typical of Indian colour schemes.
measurements
Height:
2000 mm
Width:
1880 mm
Depth:
390 mm
declaration
The Flock of Arts has clarified that the Mid 19th Century Indian Polychrome Painted Screen Divider (LA457968) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1860
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location
This Mid 19th Century Indian Polychrome Painted Screen Divider is located in Cheshire, United Kingdom
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