A late 19th century four panel folding decoupage screen - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
This screen consists of four stained wooden panels, each decorated both front and back with decoupage embellishment which was popular at this period.
The word decoupage is a French word and means 'cut out': it consists of cut out designs or images applied with glue that overlap to cover the entire surface and usually finished with a few layers of varnish.
This screen consists of many superb polychrome printed images and is a very decorative piece as well as being practical.
Both the frame and panels are in excellent original condition.
Height: 79.25'' / 101.5cm
Width of each panel: 24'' / 61cm
Depth: 1'' / 2.5cm