A Cheval Screen is a type of furniture that consists of a hinged wooden frame with two or three rectangular or oval-shaped panels, which can be tilted at various angles. It is primarily used as a dressing or changing screen, allowing individuals to hide or shield themselves while dressing or undressing. The panels are often covered with fabric, paper, or mirrors, providing privacy and serving as a decorative element in a room. The term cheval is derived from the French word for horse, referencing the screens ability to tilt and adjust its angles, similar to the movement of a horses head. Fire screen mounted upon two feet.