Black framed hardware cloth window screens - for home storage and decor - 1960s
Once upon a time, they were used as window or cabinet screens. Now they are ready to provide rustic decor that doubles as storage for your home. Frames are painted with glossy black enamel. Hardware cloth has an edging strip to cover the sharp edges for. Many have blocking strips on the back that were probably once used to hold them in place. Now they are helpful for setting the hardware cloth off from the wall so you can sue it to hang your jewelry or memos or photos or fishing lures or...
Multiple screens are available. Listing is for ONE screen only. Shipping can be combined.
Screen A has two blocking strips on the back, photographed with fishing lures, 20"w x 19" h
Screen B rectangular, has two blocking strips on the back, photographed with hankie 22"w x 19h
Screen C rectangular, has two blocking strips on the back, photographed with 2 envelopes, 22"w x 19"h
Screen D rectangular, can be hung either way, photographed with fishing card 22"w x 18.5"h
Screen E with a knob, photographed with envelope 17"w x 18.25" h
SIZES are assorted. Mesh of metal hardware cloth is 1.4"
CONDITION Real. Clean but chippy.
This is a vintage item. It has been used and loved and it has a history. Please examine photos carefully and ask questions, as we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.