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Offering a distinctive antique frame, crafted of wood. Original glass intact. The ovals spin, allowing for different angles depending on where the frame is displayed. Beautiful raised Art Noveau designs highlight the top of each oval. Circa 1910.

Two original photographs of a husband and wife remain, but we're assuming you'll replace them. Or perhaps you'd like some instant ancestors.

In good structural condition. The paper backing on one is loose. Light wear to the wood finish.

Measures overall 15 inches x 10 inches x 2 5/8 inches. Each oval measures 8 inches x 6 inches.

Guaranteed antique & authentic. Not a modern reproduction. Satisfaction guaranteed.


Frequently asked questions about Nachokitty

Generally, for vintage this is not a good idea due to the fragile nature of items. That said, if your items are not fragile, we'll be happy to combine them in one shipment and refund you the shipping difference.
We have 20+ years of appraising vintage & antique items. We examine offline auctions, online auctions, actual sold prices, and the recent trends. Items can fluctuate in value dramatically from year to year. We strive for accuracy. In addition, we also will consider any reasonable offer.
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Double Spinning Frame, Art Nouveau Style Original Photos


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: wood, glass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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