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Wood and Plexi-glass Photo 6-panel Room Divider (China)
Personalize your space with this decorative room divider. It is made of wood for strength and has six panels for pictures. The window panels are made of durable plexiglass to resist scratching. Choose from four finishes to suit your room decor.
ITEM#: 12114852Create unique and individual spaces in your home with this photo window screen. This decorative room divider features a classic design with six panels and is made with mahogany frames.
- Available in natural, rosewood, honey and black finishes
- Classic design with six panels
- Crafted from durable, lightweight wood
- Plexi-glass window panels and lacquered brass two-way hinges
- Measures 67 inches high x 90 inches wide x 1 inch deep
Story Behind the Art:
This handcrafted item and many others come from a third-generation family-run workshop in mainland China. Their skills of hand-painting, hand-rubbed lacquering, and hand-tooling have been passed down for many generations. We are proud to support them in their quest to keep their age-old techniques alive for future generations. Many of the artists are hired out of semi-retirement to work from home training the next generation to become master craftsmen. These masters are highly respected in their craft and their culture which have survived through many Chinese dynasties and continue to produce valuable and desirable pieces for your home decor.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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I was dissapointed with the way my iteam was packaged, all they had to do was put a paper form inbetween each fold to avoid scratching!!!!!! Otherwise I would be 100% satisfied.Read More
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Hello manupiz, Yes light will shine through these. Thank you for shopping with us!
What size photos does it hold.
It holds photos that are eight inches by 10 inches.
What does the back look like? Are the frames 2 sided meaning, can you put a different photo on each side?
It looks identical on the back.
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