• MOL3 Sandstone Frame
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Create a rugged, stately presentation with this sandstone picture frame. It's made from real pine and features natural wood grain and weathering over a wide, curvaceous profile. It’s a unique choice for fine art prints and landscape canvas paintings. It also makes an eye-catching photo frame! Handmade by our Artisans from pine grown in sustainably managed forests. The wide picture frame is ideal for large pieces and you can customize your size to 1/8th of an inch!

Arrives fully assembled with hanging hardware included.

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Width: 4 1/4"
Rabbet: 1/2"
MOL3 Sandstone Frame
MOL3 Sandstone Frame
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MOL3 Sandstone Frame

American Pines Collection

1.Enter Your Artwork Size.
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2.Enhance Your Artwork. Add a Mat or Liner.
Most mats are 4 Ply. PM25703 is 8 Ply.
3.Complete My Frame With an Acrylic Front & Foamcore Backing.
Price: $68.50
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Did You Know You can create custom wall decor with this frame?

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Very Good Value!
Great-looking framed mirror, custom size, quality frame, sturdy construction, and easy hanging hardware. Very good value for what I paid for it (with free shipping code), and this mirror should last me a long time!
Great looking framed mirror!
Great looking framed mirror!
May 9, 2018
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5 months ago
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Love it it looks absolutely beautiful I’m going to order it smaller for another ocean pic I painted
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November 2, 2017
Purchased
11 months ago
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Gem of a frame
I chose this to frame an 8 x 8" Ampersand panel support, the image being a one-off abstract using R&F pigment sticks I created during a 3-day workshop at R&F, Kingston, NY. It has taken me 3 years to decide which frame to use and, as I wish to keep the painting for myself instead of including it in my official line of paintings, I opted for a different look. This frame seems to make the painting sparkle, and I've hung it in my kitchen where I can see it whenever I enter the room.
June 16, 2018
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4 months ago
Quality
5 / 5
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5 / 5
MOL3 Sanstone
I really like the weathered look of this frame. It goes well with my cross fox painting. The white brings out the blue of the snow in the twilight hours, and the rusty highlight of the frame compliment the fox.
Cross Fox Twilight Hop
Cross Fox Twilight Hop
March 27, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago

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Best match for a small abstract painting I created. I wanted a wider frame with a light neutral color--this was it.
Mariya R on May 7, 2018
I love rustic design and my kitchen is white. I want the frame to match my kitchen cabinets.
Grace R on May 29, 2017
Best match for a small abstract painting I created. I wanted a wider frame with a light neutral color--this was it.
Mariya R on May 7, 2018
ocean picture to frame
Kathy D on Oct 9, 2017
I love rustic design and my kitchen is white. I want the frame to match my kitchen cabinets.
Grace R on May 29, 2017
The frame has a rustic feel and is going to go on a dark grey wall.
Karl A on Mar 1, 2017
ocean picture to frame
Kathy D on Oct 9, 2017
The frame has a rustic feel and is going to go on a dark grey wall.
Karl A on Mar 1, 2017
Is it possible to use this frame for a canvas painting?
Robin on May 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes--standard depth. Would not fit anything deeper than 3/4". I have used metal flanges with other frames, to keep a canvas in place. Sometimes the frames don't have enough depth to secure the canvas w/ framing staples, in which case obtaining "s/z"-type small metal flanges that can be screwed into the back of the frame will act as clamps. Tricky to describe with words only, and I don't have photos of my improvisations.