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Large Cast Iron Scrollwork Fire Screen With Doors
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Large Cast Iron Scrollwork Fire Screen With Doors
$199.95
$179.95 - $199.95
Description
Plow & Hearth Exclusive
Cast iron scrollwork gives this screen presence. Enjoy the dancing flames of your hearth framed by our exclusive fire screen with cast iron scroll border.

The sturdy steel frame ensures durability, while the unique cast iron detail exudes elegance. Dual-door front allows easy fire tending. Classic black finish works with any style hearth.

• Scrollwork fire screen with doors
• Cast iron scrollwork adds unique style and heft
• Scrollwork sections at top and bottom frame the screen
• Stylized door handles
• Classic black finish

Dimensions
Small 38"W x 31"H
Large 44"W x 33"H
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Large Cast Iron Scrollwork Fire Screen With Doors
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$199.95
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Small Cast Iron Scrollwork Fire Screen With Doors
13400
Order Now For Shipment 30-JUN-15
$179.95
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Reviews
5.0 (based on customer reviews)

By housedecorator
5
Excellent quality
Comments about Product:
This is a beautiful fireplace screen, and at the best price!
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