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Victorian Rose Decorative Fireplace Screen

Victorian Rose Decorative Fireplace Screen


Victorian Rose Fireplace Screen Multi Pastel

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The wooden Victorian Rose Decorative Fireplace Screen features a center of lovely blooming roses and other florals with flower-filled vines on each side panel. Fireplace screen has a multi-pastel finish of ivory, green, and pinks. The technique used creates a textured look similar to the appearance of a pastel chalk drawing. Bottom is scalloped. Decorative use only. Center is 23.5"Wx34"H; each side is 11.5"Wx31"H. Overall, weighs approx. 12 lbs.

• Decorative fireplace screen has handpainted embellishments
• Lovely rose blossom and floral design

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Victorian Rose Decorative Fireplace Screen is wooden.

For decorative use only. Dust with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use polishes, chemicals, or abrasives.


Review Summary
(Based on 17 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Gloria from TN wrote on May 17, 2018

Love my beautiful screen, thank you.

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Esthet from NV wrote on May 10, 2018

Love it. Recommended it to my friends.

Anonymous from LA wrote on January 03, 2016

I purchased this fireplace screen to redecorate my bedroom. I love the colors and the antique look but am disappointed that it was made of such a fragile material. I thought it would be a heavier wood material.

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Patricia Knight from GA wrote on October 20, 2015

Well made, sturdy. Even prettier than display photo. Colors are beautiful. Looks great in my living room.

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Nancy from CA wrote on September 18, 2015

It is beautiful. Even nicer than the pic.

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Peggy Ridgely from MD wrote on October 08, 2014

I have always been looking for something Victorian to cover my fireplace when not in use. I was delighted with the quality of the screen and also the beautiful painted floral design. It makes a lovely focal point in my living room.

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Vivian Briggs from NC wrote on July 17, 2014

The fireplace screen is beautiful and compliments my living room. The colors are very vivid. Needless to say, I am very pleased.

Ron from CA wrote on November 05, 2013

I expected a little bit brighter color on the roses . Screen looks faded.

Sherrie C from WV wrote on October 23, 2013

Love the fireplace screen. I covers an old stove in our fireplace beautifully. Soft muted colors just perfect.

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Alice Glass from OR wrote on September 25, 2013

Very pretty! Matches the room completely, Just what I wanted and it came already assembled! Thank you, Alice Glass

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Linda from MN wrote on August 30, 2013

It is beautiful, I do not use the fireplace so this is a beautiful way to cover the space.

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Anonymous from CA wrote on August 09, 2013

It's very pretty, textured and looks like a painting!

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Vkramer from TN wrote on April 30, 2013

this is a beautiful screen, but I need a little more pink showing for my living room. The flowers are not very colorful. I returned it yesterday. Be sure you really want something that is large from this site--sure is costly to return a big item!!!

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Jackie from MD wrote on April 08, 2013

Absolutely gorgeous screen, its well made, perfect size, very elegant looking. Very beautiful I love it!! Definitely recommend it.

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Leenibug from CA wrote on March 27, 2013

This is a lovely addition to my family room fireplace. It had a tiny blemish on the right panel; however, I was able to cover it so it's indisguishable now. Thank you, Touch of Class, for offering such merchandise!

Diane from wrote on February 16, 2013

Absolutely beautiful! Have ordered from Touch of Class for many years . The quality and elegance and eye for ornamental detail in quality products is first class and their customer service is 5 star as well . Thank you for years of lovely touches to my Victorian home !

TERESA from MA wrote on January 21, 2013