Circa 1800, pair of late George III mahogany pole screens. The thin uprights have a shaped heraldic frame in crossbanded mahogany with boxwood edging, and a hand-embroidered silk scene of a couple in the woods with a dog and a couple in a garden. Each scene is surrounded by similarly embroidered swags, tails and ribbons, all with glazed fronts. The bottom of the uprights has an urn shaped stem, on an inlaid tripod base with scrolling legs, finishing on a curled toe.
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