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Dolly Dear Fireside Screen #205-04

Status: Available Price: $110.00
Description:
This is a hard-to-find firescreen made by the firm of Dolly Dear during the 1938-40 era. It is made from mache and beautifully finished with their usual thick paint trim of gold and cream color. What is very unusual about this screen is that there is a decoration on the front side of a lovely basket full of flowers with a bow tied at the top of the handle which had been made from impressed card. The basket is also surrounded by the signature thick gold paint decoration. This is a lovely piece and it is in wonderful condition. Height is 2 7/8" and width is 3 1/2". Other examples of similar fireside screens can be seen in Patty Cooper's book, "Dolly Dear Dollhouse Accessories 1928-1961." The fireside screen is also pictured with other Dolly Dear items for size comparison and each are sold separately.

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