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XNS4 Earthen Gold Frame

Slimwoods Collection
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Take a walk on the wild side with this edgy earthen gold picture frame with a tangled vine motif and charcoal antiquing. It's a unique photo frame, wedding portrait frame or document frame. Handcrafted by our Artisans from natural wood grown in sustainably managed forests. Customize your size to 1/8th of an inch!

Arrives fully assembled with hanging hardware.

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  • Material: Wood
  • Width: 1 1/2"

    Width is the measurement of the frame moulding from the image to the outside edge.

  • Rabbet: 3/8"

    Rabbet refers to the depth of the frame.

  • Made in the USA

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Oddly beautiful
I had a busy piece of artwork, and I didn't want to just put a black frame around it, and this frame worked so much better than I expected. The gold is muted enough that it's not garish, and with enough mat space between the artwork and the frame, it enhances the whole piece delightfully.
January 7, 2019
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1 year ago
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It works with the painting I want framed.
christine d on Sep 26, 2017
It works with the painting I want framed.
christine d on Sep 26, 2017
I choose this because I thought it would compliment a portrait I painted of a native american man. Native Americans are very into things involving nature.
Cheryl R on Feb 28, 2017
I choose this because I thought it would compliment a portrait I painted of a native american man. Native Americans are very into things involving nature.
Cheryl R on Feb 28, 2017