English Adam Style Satinwood Shield Pole Screen

English Adam-style (18/19th Century) satinwood and floral decorated pole screen with shield shaped framed embroidery and fluted stand.
ITEM #
037492
HEIGHT
63.0"
STYLE
English Adam
COLOR
Brown
CATEGORY
Accessories > Fireplace Accessories
$7,500
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English Adam Style Satinwood Shield Pole Screen

On Hold
$7,500
Quantity: 1
English Adam-style (18/19th Century) satinwood and floral decorated pole screen with shield shaped framed embroidery and fluted stand.
ITEM #
037492
HEIGHT
63.0"
STYLE
English Adam
COLOR
Brown
Category
Accessories > Fireplace Accessories
Pole screen

Pole screen

A small fire screen popular in the 18th Century. The pole screen has an adjustable panel mounted on a vertical pole that is supported with a tripod base. Often the panel portion includes an elaborate embroidery or fine piece of cloth as decoration. The small screen was placed between a single sitter and a fireplace to shield their face from the heat of the fire.

Embroidery

Embroidery

Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric materials with a needle and thread or yard. The decorative needlework can be done by hand or machine with silk, cotton, wool, rayon, or metal thread.

Satinwood

Satinwood

Satinwood is a bright, rich golden-yellow wood, hard in texture. This wood is often imported from Brazil or grown in southern India and Ceylon. Satinwood is valued in cabinetry work.

Adam Style

Adam Style

Adams Style is a neoclassical style that was popular during the 18th century. Adams style, also known as Adamesque, was created by three Scottish brothers James Adam, Robert Adam, and John Adam. Adams Style is considered the first integrated style of architecture and interior with the architecture and the interior following the same design uniform. The Adams Style was most admired by the upper-class in mid-1700’s England, Russia, and Scotland.

Pole screen

Pole screen

A small fire screen popular in the 18th Century. The pole screen has an adjustable panel mounted on a vertical pole that is supported with a tripod base. Often the panel portion includes an elaborate embroidery or fine piece of cloth as decoration. The small screen was placed between a single sitter and a fireplace to shield their face from the heat of the fire.

Embroidery

Embroidery

Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric materials with a needle and thread or yard. The decorative needlework can be done by hand or machine with silk, cotton, wool, rayon, or metal thread.

Satinwood

Satinwood

Satinwood is a bright, rich golden-yellow wood, hard in texture. This wood is often imported from Brazil or grown in southern India and Ceylon. Satinwood is valued in cabinetry work.

Adam Style

Adam Style

Adams Style is a neoclassical style that was popular during the 18th century. Adams style, also known as Adamesque, was created by three Scottish brothers James Adam, Robert Adam, and John Adam. Adams Style is considered the first integrated style of architecture and interior with the architecture and the interior following the same design uniform. The Adams Style was most admired by the upper-class in mid-1700’s England, Russia, and Scotland.

Pole screen

Pole screen

A small fire screen popular in the 18th Century. The pole screen has an adjustable panel mounted on a vertical pole that is supported with a tripod base. Often the panel portion includes an elaborate embroidery or fine piece of cloth as decoration. The small screen was placed between a single sitter and a fireplace to shield their face from the heat of the fire.

Embroidery

Embroidery

Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric materials with a needle and thread or yard. The decorative needlework can be done by hand or machine with silk, cotton, wool, rayon, or metal thread.

Satinwood

Satinwood

Satinwood is a bright, rich golden-yellow wood, hard in texture. This wood is often imported from Brazil or grown in southern India and Ceylon. Satinwood is valued in cabinetry work.

Adam Style

Adam Style

Adams Style is a neoclassical style that was popular during the 18th century. Adams style, also known as Adamesque, was created by three Scottish brothers James Adam, Robert Adam, and John Adam. Adams Style is considered the first integrated style of architecture and interior with the architecture and the interior following the same design uniform. The Adams Style was most admired by the upper-class in mid-1700’s England, Russia, and Scotland.

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