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Style Art Deco / Ref.13721

Birmingham Guild Ltd (attr.à ) - Wrought iron firescreen depicting a sailing boat

Dimensions:
Width: 39''   99cm
Height: 29'' ⅛  74cm
Depth: 9'' ⅞  25cm

Origin:
England, circa 1930

Status:
Good condition

This original firescreen was made of wrought iron in the 1930's. It depicts a beautiful decor of sailing boat sailing on the sea under a cloudy sky. this work is attributed to the Birmingham Guild of Handicraft, Arts and Crafts organisation operating in Birmingham at the end of the 19th century initiated by the silversmith and architect Arthur Stansfield Dixon (1856–1929) and the lawyer Montague Fordham as first director, for jewellers and silversmiths, Hockley. In 1895, the Guild set up as an independent workshop and limited company under the guidance of Edward R. Taylor, who was an important figure in the history of Birmingham School of Art. The Guild produced furniture and metalware, taking particular advantage of the switch to electric lighting and the consequent need for new light fittings.

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