Rare Brass Fireplace Screen by Jacques Adnet 1940s


This sharp vintage fire screen is made with transparent glass from Saint Gobain, and quality brass. It’s a rare find and a highly decorative piece, designed by innovative French architect and designer Jacques Adnet in the 1940s. With warm brass accents found in the looped handles and smooth border around the bottom of the screen, combined with the simple cut of the glass, the screen is beautifully and sturdily made. Place in front of your fireplace for a look that doesn’t obscure or overpower, but instead subtly enhances your contemporary interior with vintage sophistication.

Dimensions : 
Width : 120 cm
Depth : 5 cm
Height : 60 cm