Massachusetts Queen Anne mahogany pole screen
Massachusetts Queen Anne mahogany pole screen, ca. 1770, with a silk embroidered panel above a candle shelf, with swing support, 52 1/4" h. Provenance: Ginsburg & Levy, the collection of Henry Flynt, founder of Historical Deerfield 1945-1948; Historic Deerfield, The Wells-Thorn House 1983; Private collection 1983-1998; Anthony Werneke. Illustrated in Fales The Furniture of Historic Deerfield, fig.348; The Collection of Dic and Donnie Catzen.
Condition:Repaired break to base of standard. Break to middle of pole with a tin wrapped make-do repair. Needlework replaced.
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