Early 20th C. American carved and Roman gilded Taos style frame

Frame #1960



This frame has a beveled liner rising in a narrow flat band and cove with scoop carved corners to two bevels with the top one carved with broad scoops meeting in round centers. Stylized flower corners below a beveled flat and narrow convex top edge. Cove sides with beads and bars at the back edge. Original finish.

Sight Size: 23 5/8 X 31 5/8

Rabbet Size: 24 1/4 X 32 1/4

Moulding Width: 4 1/2

Any of our frames can be restored, re-sized or have a gilded liner added to alter the size.

Please contact us for more information.

Frame Size Definitions:

Sight Size refers to the smallest interior measure or opening size in
the frame as viewed from the front of the frame.
Rabbet Size refers to the inside measurement from the back of the frame
that the art or a mirror would fit into.

Width refers to the molding width from the inner sight edge to the outside edge of the frame.
Description: The frames are described from the inside sight edge
across the width of the molding to the outside edge.

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