An extremely rare and stunning arts and crafts oak and copper three panel large firescreen by the Keswick School of Industrial Arts, designed by Harold Stabler, one of the directors, circa 1898. A beautiful piece and each panel is fully stamped with the school monogram. The whole screen is Voyseyesque in manner with the two birds surrounding the stylised foliage in the centre panel and the typically curved top of the screen frame.
Approx 42" high and each panel is approx 14.5" wide.
For a similar screen see the recent publication "The Loving Eye and Skilful Hand" by Ian Bruce, page 55.
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