fire screen


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fire screen

Any screen set in front of a fireplace to prevent flying sparks or embers from entering the room.
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frankness that Bishop admired in The Fire Screen but it also explores
My displays are available in fresh, dried, silk and latex and they range from flower-filled fire screens to fully co-ordinated room displays.
6) Something like this shift takes place between "Days of 1964" and Merrill's next volume, The Fire Screen.
There were gasps as the woman - bidding over an online link - bagged 212 lots, including a pounds 40 stuffed owl and a pounds 1,400 fire screen.
If you are using an open fire, invest in a good quality fire screen, and also to check that there is nothing flammable in the near vicinity of the hearth.
They created a floral mantelpiece arrangement, fire screen, planter, table arrangement, birthday cake and hand- tied bouquet.
The main staircase of the Baltic Mill, the new arts centre at Gateshead, Tyneside, has a dramatic fire screen produced by FendorHansen.
She will show you how to transform old shutters into a fire screen or a taller screen to use for displaying photographs, how to take an old door apart and make two different kinds of shelves, and how to use corner medallions as coasters.
My two squares of zardozi work may originally have adorned a fashionable lady's dress or may have come from some sort of interior furnishing, such as a decorative panel or fire screen, as much zardozi work was used in this way.
Today, antique needlework makes a wonderful collection, either as richly embroidered soft furnishings for the home in the form of cushions, seat covers, decorative bell pulls and curtain tiebacks, or as charming pictures for the fire screen or wall.