Anyone know about room dividers?


My Aunt gave me this room divider and I can not find out anything about it. I know she has had it at least 40 years. It is 7' tall and the panels are16 1/2" wide, it is carved and it looks like A pic. of an livingroom from the 30's I think, and it took two men to bring it in my house, very heavy. I can not see the wood to find out what kind of tree it is from. Thank you in advance, any info. will help.

q anyone know about room dividers
q anyone know about room dividers
q anyone know about room dividers
  7 answers
  • Cindy Carmichael Cindy Carmichael on Nov 14, 2018

    Contact a local antique dealer.

    • Shirley Shirley on Nov 14, 2018

      Thank you, did not think of that, i will start calling today. Thanks again.

  • It is an Art Deco piece, 30’s - 40’s. Philbrook building in Tulsa Oklahoma has a great Art Deco museum and similar pieces.

  • Diane Coverdale Diane Coverdale on Nov 14, 2018

    Have you tried an on-line search or taken pictures and shown them at antique fairs? Maybe that could help with some suggestions to its origins.

    Good luck!

  • Michelle Michelle on Nov 14, 2018

    Beautiful piece

  • Jeni Johnson Jeni Johnson on Nov 14, 2018

    Gorgeous i know that I would contact a antic dealer foresure

    • Shirley Shirley on Nov 24, 2018

      Thank you for idea,, will contact antique dealers for sure. 😁

  • Delane Ewing Delane Ewing on Nov 14, 2018

    Very beautiful and unique!

  • William William on Nov 14, 2018

    It's a beautiful piece. Looks like an Art Deco room divider. I would get in touch with an auction house. They have their own appraisers. Look for any tags, labels, or marks on it. Antique dealers would not be that familiar with it. You may have a valuable piece.

    • Shirley Shirley on Nov 24, 2018

      Thanks for idea, I could not find any marks on it, but someone said that sometimes the artist signs things in the design somewhere, havent found anything yet. I love your idea about auction house, I will defininatly do that. Thanks again. πŸ‘πŸ» 😊

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