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A Korean brush painting on rice paper is always a framers worst nightmare. The art comes in folded into about a 12" x 16" square. Mounting is tricky. We always get a good end result.
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A beautiful two piece frame for this client's painting on canvas
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2016-05-25
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Client wanted these 8 antique 1800's Chinese wood carvings framed in shadow boxes. Wood extenders were added to the frame to create 2" internal depth. Custom finished to match the side of the frame moulding. all internal surfaces were covered in black silk. Non reflective Museum Glass was used.
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2016-05-06
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Client just returned from Ethiopia with this "Magic Scroll" hand crafted on leather.
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2016-04-23
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Pan Am's China Clipper. Flew from Treasure Island to the Orient by way of Honolulu and  Guam in the 1930's. Did an industrial styled frame for this vintage photo.
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2016-04-23
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This artifact is a turn of the century hand painted paper ceiling decoration from a Bhutanese temple. We floated the art on a duppioni silk matting with a spacer to keep the acrylic from pressing against the art.
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2016-04-08
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A wonderful new moulding with a combed pattern. Finished with a slightly industrial-grunge finish with golden highlights on a silver base.
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2016-04-08
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Vintage World War II recruitment poster. Outer frame is a camouflaged olive green with an inner blue toned liner.
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A two piece custom framed powder room mirror. The inner frame is Italian inlayed wood marquetry from Sorrento. Built to client's required outside dimensions.
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2016-04-01
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Client's great grandmother carried this Chinese ivory and silk fan on her wedding day. This was the custom at the time around 1900. We built a shadow box to encompass the thickness of the fan witk silk background and silk side stops.
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2016-03-23
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