Chinoiserie Fretwork Bronze Fireplace Screen

Why fret? Because you're a fan of chinoiserie chic--in 1760 or 2020. Thomas Chippendale illustrated designs for "Chinese Railing" in his furniture style bible, The Gentleman's and Cabinet-Maker's Director, first published in 1754. From London to Williamsburg, fashionable houses incorporated porch railings and stair balustrades designed in the Chinese manner. We've interpreted a fretwork porch railing from the one of the grandest town houses in Williamsburg, Robert Carter's house next to the Governor's Palace or our Chinoise Fret collection. This fireplace screen measures 41"L X 8"W X 31"H. Click on images for greater detail.

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Chinoiserie Fretwork Bronze Fireplace Screen

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59489
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GV-4.90157

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Why fret? Because you're a fan of chinoiserie chic--in 1760 or 2020. Thomas Chippendale illustrated designs for "Chinese Railing" in his furniture style bible, The Gentleman's and Cabinet-Maker's Director, first published in 1754. From London to Williamsburg, fashionable houses incorporated porch railings and stair balustrades designed in the Chinese manner. We've interpreted a fretwork porch railing from the one of the grandest town houses in Williamsburg, Robert Carter's house next to the Governor's Palace or our Chinoise Fret collection. This fireplace screen measures 41"L X 8"W X 31"H. Click on images for greater detail.

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