We love the ruggedness of rope and this mid-century folding screen, with woven panels set in a hardwood frame, shows off the material's beauty and endless versatility. With its playful macramé design, this one-of-a-kind, handmade piece follows in the footsteps of Adrien Audoux and Frida Minet as well as contemporary French legend Christian Astuguevieille: three designers known for imaginatively crafting furniture, lighting and home accessories from cording. This gorgeous screen was made in the 1970's and has a coastal sophistication that would complement modern and traditional interiors alike.
This piece is in excellent vintage condition, showing minor signs of wear. Please see our detailed photos.
Each panel is 19.75" wide
The frame is 1" thick
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