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Nice looking screen. This is a good looking screen that assembled easily. I'm happy with the purchase. However, it does have some drawbacks. It does not fold down for storage and would need to be taken apart. Also, the gaps between the panels don't allow for real privacy. If you just want a visual barrier or room divider, it's a nice choice. If you want it for personal privacy, then a different screen might be a better choice.
antiqued mirrored screen grace feyock. this is a great divider, heavy, good quality. i use it to block a glass sliding door and the measurements were perfect.the back does not match the front as described by a customer service rep. the color on line is gold. i recieved silver like the other grace feyock called amiel. i am not sure if the gold exists. waiting to hear from the iga management,
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