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Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {1}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {2}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {3}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {4}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {5}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {6}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {7}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {8}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {9}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {10}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {11}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {12}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {1}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {2}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {3}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {4}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {5}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {6}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {7}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {8}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {9}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {10}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {11}
Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens {12}

Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens

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Antique Pair of 18th C. George III Embroidery Needlework World Map Pole Screens

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This listing is for the rare pair of 18th century George III pole screens with silk needlework world maps pictured above.
This fine pair of mahogany and needlework screens features two world maps. Dating to the late 18th century (with some later parts), these screens would have originally been used to shield a person’s face from the fireplace.
Each of these finely worked silk maps is framed behind glass. There are several interesting points throughout the maps, including modern day Australia, which is titled “New Holland” with the exception of the east coast, which is titled “New South Wales”. This map was produced relatively shortly after James Cook’s travels to the east coast of Australia when he claimed it for the British and called it “New South Wales”. Additionally, the map of North America notes the “United States”, but was made prior to the Louisiana Purchase of 1803.
The screens are able to be disassembled into three parts: the finials, the poles/needleworks, and the bases.
Size: The screens measure 54.5 inches tall each. The needleworks by themselves measure 15.5 inches tall by 12.5 inches wide.
Condition: Finials possibly replaced. Crack to top of one pole. Cracks to juncture of pole and base (pole can be removed from base). Various minor cracks and breaks and repairs to legs. Nicks, scratches and abrasions consistent with age and use. The needleworks: losses to gilding on frames. Wear and minor losses to silk and threads. Smoke damage to one.
Free local pick up is preferred due to the size of these screens! If you would like these shipped to you, please reach out prior to purchasing for suggestions.
Feel free to ask any questions.
Antique: Yes
Brand: Unbranded
Color: Multicolor
Condition: Used An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
Era: Pre-Victorian (Pre-1837)
Finish: Antique
Material: Silk, Wood
Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
Time Period Manufactured: Pre-1800
Type: Screen
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