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Our collection of antique fire screens is the epitome of style and charm with examples ranging from Baroque to Arts and Crafts, Rococo and Art Nouveau.

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  • 13957: A beautiful and unusually large Rococo gilt brass peacock firescreen topped by a large swagged urn finial and with a delicately pierced sectioned fan. The central stand is finely decorated with a moun

  • 13928: A fine Louis XV style gilt brass fire-screen with ribbon tied swags and flaming finials on scroll leaf and hoof feet.French late 19th / early 20th century.

  • 13766: An attractive brass Peacock fan shaped folding firescreen in the Rococo style. French early 20th century.

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  • 13858: A brass and mesh Rococo style firescreen or spark guard embellished with cherubs and framed within an elaborate scrolling foliate decoration.Br>English 20th century.

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  • 13007: 'THE ALCHEMIST'. An Art Nouveau style brass firescreen depicting 'The Alchemist' in his workshop with three aprrentices and surrounded by the tools of his trade.English late 19th early 20th century.

  • 13527: A highly ornate brass, painted & stained glass Aesthetic Movement firescreen with a fine ebony handle. The pair of painted glass panels, depicting birds & bees in flight above fields of flowers set wi

  • 13100: An unusual copper and wrought iron Art Nouveau fire screen in the manner of Voysey, the outer swept heat motifs descending to four splayed legs holding the central hand beaten copper panel decorated w

  • 13028: A large polished Brass Regency Revival firescreen, with a brass top handle, a large three panel screen centred with a small cartouche, flame finials and supported on swag decorated feet.Mid 19th centu

  • 12600: An Armorial Fireguard of bronze, wrought and cast iron featuring military trophies of  medieval knight's helmet, crossed halberd and spear behind a shield with fleur-de-lys and daggers in the quarter

  • 12298: A BURNISHED WROUGHT IRON ARTS & CRAFTS FIRESCREEN, the embossed and hammered panel decorated with Saracen / Moorish helmet and crossed swords, positioned in the Smithy built robust wrought iron frame

  • 11606: An Austrian or German early 19th century Biedermeier satinwood fire screen, the scrolled top above an adjustable framed floral gros point woolwork panel, on square tapering supports, united by a turne

  • 11590: A tall giltwood and polychrome firescreen, the two scallop shaped guards with pastel paintings of a ruined church, on scrolling tripod base and claw feet. English, mid19th century.  Link to: 
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  • 11427: A FINE & DELICATE ARTS & CRAFTS FIRE SCREEN, WROUGHT IRON MOUNTED.  The large brass rectangular panel embossed with a central floral roundel & four corner, blue-glazed, circular pottery cabochons. 
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  • 9496: An Art Deco mahogany framed inlaid marquetry two leaf hinged firescreen - the various inlaid veneers depict cityscapes, probably of  Lincoln & Norwich. English 1930s.  Link to: 
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  • 10597: A small and attractive burnished brass firescreen in the Arts & Crafts embossed with a Firebird or Peacock with pair of Opal coloured Cabuchon in the manner of Ruskin, supported on wrought iron standa

  • 10562: A Dutch embossed brass firescreen in the Baroque manner, with sunflowers and leaves in a gadrooned urn , bordered by Panther cubs. 19th century.  Link to: 
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  • 9909: An Arts & Crafts fire screen, the central embossed brass circular panel depicting a Viking longboat in full sail, mounted in a hammered burnished steel surround fixed with brass faceted studs in wroug

  • 9901: A bow fronted copper firescreen, the front applied with a basket of fruit and flowers, flanked by two scroll motifs, on a hammered ground. English Circa 1930.
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  • 8916: A simple Arts and Crafts brass and iron firescreen decorated with a Galleon. circa 1920.  Link to: 
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  • 8687: An oak framed firescreen in the Baroque manner. The 18th century tapestry panel depicts Eastern Royal Couple attended by two Pages, with a marquee in the background. Photo before restoration. English,

  • 8686: An Arts & Crafts walnut & embossed leather firescreen in the manner of George Jack of Morris & Company, the screen depicting mythical dragons among foliage and thistles.Early 20th century   Link to:

  • 8672: A Newlyn Art Nouveau firescreen. The central screen of ovoid outline with a repousse galleon in full sail held in wrought iron frame and stand. English circa 1920.  Link to: 
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  • 8662: A William IV Mahogany firescreen with rising and sliding panels, fluted frame and strectcher. English circa 1810.   Link to: 
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  • 3930: A large burnished steel Art Nouveau firescreen , guard.Late 19th century, circa 1890.  Link to: 
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We hold a unique and interesting selection of antique fire screens dating from the early 19th Century. Not only are our fire screens a safety necessity, they also compliment contemporary room design. Our antique fire screens are made from a variety of materials including brass, wrought iron, and mahogany, oak and burnished steel.  At Westland London we supply all of the accessories required to best suit our vast range of antique fireplaces.