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ANTIQUE OAK GRAIN FRAME WITH PASTEL PORTRAIT OF BABY
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 27” high x 23” wide
Comments. The frame is made of solid wood and has a border of raised gesso designs of flowers as well as the leaves. It has an inner border of plaster over wood which has a golden guilt painted finish. The woods original finish has wear, shade variations, scratches/scrapes and has darkened over the decades. Within the 16” x 20” interior is a photo on canvas of a young, blue-eyed baby which has lots of hand painted color as well as details and is in an oval matt. The photo has wear, has had some painted touchups at the top and has a hole in the canvas as seen in our photo. The frame is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some wood wear and has some soiling. There is a small chip in the upper right-hand corner in the wood and there are few small chips in the gesso designs. The frame is made of pine and has a flash oak grain design. Give it a polish and you’ll have a vintage, instant relative to hang on your wall.
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