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Art Deco Fireplace Screen
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This is a beautiful example of Art Deco style in a functional fireplace screen. It's sleek, streamlined form connotes elegance and sophistication. Curved sides accentuate the period look.  Each screen is backed with closely woven wire mesh to help stop sparks.
Traditional Firescreen Price
Up to 30" wide $998
Up to 36" wide $1,189
Up to 42" wide $1,283
Up to 48" wide $1,481
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Standard Replacement Doors Price
Up to 30" wide $969
Up to 36" wide $1,097
Up to 42" wide $1,268
Up to 48" wide $1,356
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Side view showing the curved edges of the screen in three color rust finish.
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Front right detail shown in distressed pewter finish.

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What is Art Deco?
It’s name was coined from the 1925 Paris France  ‘Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs Industriels et Modernes’
Art Deco takes it’s inspiration from aspects of Cubism, constructivism (mainly a Russian movement ) and Futurism (mainly an Italian movement). Its geometric, often overlapping shapes and simplification celebrate and mimic the growing mechanization of industry and it’s new techniques, reflected in overlapping and repetitive images and with later developments of smooth, sleek forms paying homage to the newly discovered science of aerodynamics in the 1930’s.
What is Art Nouveau?
The Art Nouveau movement or ‘New Art’ is a French style that originated from the portrayal of nature in a fluid and curvilinear style. It often featured vines, leaves and flowers. It started in the late 1800’s and was popularized by such figures as Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926) Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1861-1901) Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) and Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898).  It’s motivation derives from Romanticism, Symbolism and William Morris’ (1834-1896) Arts and Crafts movement in England. Also referred to as ‘fin de siecle’ art (Fr. for ‘end of the century’).
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