Orientalist Furniture, A Fine Ottoman Style Furniture Of The Aesthetic Movement Period Comprising A Three Folding Screen (Room Divider Or Partition),Probably England By Liberty & Company Attributed To Leonard F. Wyburd, Circa Late 19th – Early 20th Centu

Identification Number: 221


The Screen is Inlaid With Mother Of Pearl (Sedef), Ebonised Wood And Marquetry Wood Work Decorated With Beautiful Floral And Arabesque Designs, The Upper Section Of Each Wooden Panel is Covered With Framed Black Fabric.

For further examples on Orientalist Furniture commissioned by Liberty and Co., London, please see, The Oriental Obsession, Islamic Inspiration in British And American Art And Architecture 1500-1920, By Johan Sweetman, fig. 115 on page 188.

Condition: Excellent (some mother of pearl repair)


140 cm height.
130 cm wide.
2 cm thickness of wood.