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The Coco Leaf Room Divider is a stunning piece of artwork that deserves center stage in any room. Each panel boasts four intricately inlaid squares attached to the frame with rope. Imported directly from Southeast Asia. Frame is made of Philippine Mahogany finished in black. Panel inserts feature inlaid Coconut bark in a mosaic pattern attached using woven abacca rope. Lacquered brass two way hinges mean you can bend the panels in either direction. Available in three panels only. Three panel screen measures approximately 71"H x 53"W. Announcing our new Room Divider Stand! Now in four sizes! Our new stands are available in all six standard finishes and can be used with any of our three, four, five or six panel screens to allow them to stand upright freely without any bending.
This Room Divider Stand turns a
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