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Каминные экраны.18-20 век

Каминные экраны.18-20 век.

Каминные экраны служили как для защиты от искр и жара, так и в чисто декоративных целях- летом ими загораживали пустые топки. В этих случаях они делались просто из ткани, вышивок, были и стеклянные- типа витрин с чучелами птиц и бабочками. Также были маленькие экраны для защиты лица от жара- на подставках и ручные, типа веера, они обычно были вышитые.


Очень редкий экран- внутри чучела птиц. Использовался, скорее всего, как чисто декоративный.
ca. 1850 (made)
Materials and Techniques:Turned and gilded wood, the panel glazed and set with stuffed


Декоративный экран- живые цеты и бабочки
London (made)
Date:1881 (made)
Artist/Maker:Model & Co. (manufacturer)
Materials and Techniques:Bamboo, glass, ferns and butterflies

"второе рококо"
Chair and Screen
From a design by Andrei Stakenschneider
St Petersburg

Embroidered Screen

Period French Louis XV walnut fire screen c1770

Needlepoint Firescreen circa 1870 in Gold Riccoco Frame

19th Century French Antique Louis XV Style Fire Screen

19th Century French Antique Renaissance Style Walnut Fire Screen

Carved Victorian Fire Screen


French Bronze Fire Screen 1890

Fire screen. Ca 1880

French antique firescreen. 2 sided, ca 1900

French antique firescreen. 19th century

Fire screen. 19th century bronze

French Victorian brass filigree folding fireplace fan design fire screen with handle top

Retailer: Herter Brothers, American, 1865-1905
Medium: Brass
Place Made: England
Dates: ca. 1881

Date: 1890

Attractive Edwardian brass firescreen 1900

Antique Fire place screen angels bronz


Carved Solid Mahogany Screen

Oriental Chinese style (19th Cent) root fire screen with beige silk embroidered panel

French Victorian gilt faux bamboo fire screen with needlepoint panel

French Victorian gilt faux bamboo fire screen with blue floral and bird design panel

French Victorian brass fire screen with filigree design and diamond shaped mirror at center

English Regency style (19th Cent) monumental folding fan shaped screen with chinoiserie black lacquered base supporting floral decorated paper panel

Nancy (made)
Date:1900 (made)
Gallé, Emile Charles Martin (maker)
Materials and Techniques:Ash, with applied floral decoration and marquetry in various woods; back veneered with maple

French Provincial style (19th Cent) copper fire-back with fleur-de-lis pattern and serpent in center

Fire Screen Art Nouveau Mahogany c1880

American Country style (20th Cent) wood fire screen with applied painted scene of horse and rider jumping over stream

Art Nouveau Fire Screen Mirror. Possibly retailed by Liberty. Foundry mark H.E and S

Fire Screen
W.A.S. Benson (British, 1854-1924)
Copper and brass

Art Nouveau Copper Firescreen


Fire screen panel
England (made)
Date:1725-1750 (made)
Materials and Techniques:Satin, embroidered with silk in stem, long and short, satin and fern stitches and French knots

England (made)
Date:1725-1750 (made)
Artist/Maker:Danthon (makers)
Materials and Techniques:Tapestry woven in wool and silk

English fire screen

English fire screen

Peacock Fire Screen
William Morris


Tiffany Style Stained Glass Fire Place Screen

a stained-glass inspired painting on a framed-out wood panel (used as a firplace screen)

Fire Screen by Allan Press


RARE 17th to 19th c. European treasure: antique French sterling silver, Georgian jewelry, sewing etc

Antique Beadwork Needlepoint Face Screens~A Pair on Stands

SOLD Antique Papier Mache Fire or Face Screen, Scotland Painting

Antique Victorian 27" Needlepoint: Angel, Rosewood Frame

Napoleon III Hand Painted Antique French Silk Face Screens, Pair

Napoleon III Hand Painted Antique French Silk Face Screens, Pair

Place of origin:France (made)
Date:1870-1880 (made)
Materials and Techniques:Gauze, with applied paper scraps, silk fringe, silk ribbons, and carved and pierced ivory handle

England (made)
Date:ca. 1850 (Made)
Materials and Techniques:brass (frame), porcelain (handle), Berlin wool-work, silk

1800-1825 (made)
Materials and Techniques:Wood, decorated with penwork

Hand-held fire screen from between 1900-1915
A middle class woman did not want her pale skin reddened by an open coal fire.

Fire Screen Hanging c1875. English. Japanese Influence

Rosewood Fire Screen by Alexander Roux

Antique French Needlepoint Face Screen, Dieppe Ivory Handle

Elegant Antique French Silk Embroidery Face Screen PAIR

Fine Victorian HP Papier Mache Face Screen Pair, Exotic

Antique French Embroidered Victorian Fire Screen PAIR - 2 (Hand Fan Style)

19th Century Beadwork Tapestry Portrait Fire Screen

Superb Victorian Beaded Needlepoint Fire Screen, Cabbage Roses


Карикатурные рисунки для экранов
Caricature Ornaments for Screens
Place of origin:London (published)
Date:1800 (published)
Artist/Maker:Woodward, George Murgatroyd (artist)

The handscreen was a popular form of fan alongside the folding fan. Women generally used them indoors to protect their faces from fireside heat. Handscreens were usually produced in pairs and placed one on either end of the mantlepiece. Middle-class women could buy these paper decorations in sheets and use them to decorate furniture, such as folding screens. These early forms of cut-outs were a very popular pastime.
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