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XNS4 Earthen Gold Frame

Slimwoods Collection
4 Star & Up
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Description

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
Purchased
10 months 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