This screen came off an island in the North Country of New York State. There were many other pieces of Gustav Stickley in the camp that the family kept. I do not think this is Gustav Stickley but I do think it could be Onondaga Shops, early L&JG Stickley. It is of a quality expected from only the leading makers during the period I have owned this for many years and it has been on the website for a few years with a very poor quality photo (sorry about that).
It is in great original condition with the original leather. There are a few bumps in the leather as expected. Each panel measures 24″ wide by 72″ tall. Rarely do you see a leather screen with leather intact.