Bay Branch Three Panel Fireplace Screen - 50" x 30"

by Pilgrim

Item # M11500004

5 out of 5 Customer Rating (1) Reviews

Bay Branch Three Panel Fireplace Screen - 50" x 30"

by Pilgrim

Item # M11500004

5 out of 5 Customer Rating (1) Reviews


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The beautiful embossed filigree on the frame of the Bay Branch Three Panel Fireplace Screen - 50" x 30" will draw you to your hearth again and again! Featured here in a brilliant antique brass finish, this 3 panel fireplace screen fits well in conjunction with other pieces of classic styling - picture elongated mahogany dining tables, urn-shaped andirons, and deeply colored oriental rugs in front of the hearth.

You'll appreciate the warm tones of the Bay Branch Three Panel Fireplace Screen - 50" x 30", especially once it's in front of your hearth. Screen Sizes Listed Are For Actual Framed Mesh Area And Do Not Include Feet Or Decorative Finials. Allow 1/8 inch Tolerance Due To Hand Forging.

Featured:

  • Lifetime warranty
  • 30 inch W x 30 inch H | 10 inch sides
  • Designed to fit most fireplace openings

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Specifications

  • Type: Stock Size | 3 Panel
  • Style: Traditional
  • Material: Iron
  • Width: 50"
  • Height: 30"
  • Texture: Antique | Burnished
  • Finish: Black | Brass | Bronze
  • Center Panel Width: 30"
  • Side Panel Width: 10"
  • Item Weight: 32 lbs.
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classy look

We are beyond pleased with this fireplace screen, aesthetically as well as utilitarian wise. Although we have not had a fire using it, from all appearances it will be more than satisfactory.