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vintage Wedding Couple Art Portrait 1920's era, Forever Young, large Framed under Glass, Eternal Love

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Do you collect and display old wedding photos on one wall? Or maybe you want to start a collection?

First, let me say that my photos do not do this beautiful framed photograph justice. I could not get around the glare on the glass.

This is a gorgeous old hand painted/tinted wedding portrait from the 20's or 30's.

The beautiful bride, with a very stylish veil and hairdo typical of that era, is wearing gloves and holding a beautiful bouquet with long ribbon and floral streamers.

The groom, with his hair parted down the middle, looks quite distinguished in his black tux and white bow tie.

The newlyweds are standing in front of a beautiful mural with trees and a winding river.

Just a stunning photograph in an age distressed frame (dark brown wood frame with black decorative design around the outer edge.)

As you can see from the photos, the paper backing is in rough shape, but that in no way affects the vintage charm of this piece.

Size approx. 11" x 15-1/8"

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vintage Wedding Couple Art Portrait 1920's era, Forever Young, large Framed under Glass, Eternal Love

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Only ships within United States.
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