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Chunky Shabby Frame, Deep Profile, Weathered Look, Heavy Wood Frame, Vintage, Reclaimed, Repurposed Frame

HOLDS 11" X 14" Art or Photo, or smaller art or photo if a mat is used.

This beautiful old frame is made of heavy duty thick wood. It is very deep extending about 2 inches from the wall in a deep profile and a flare outward. It is beautiful. The heavy wood grain inspired us to finish it in a white wash or weathered look.

The wood grain shines through it in places, and the grain texture is so apparent that it makes you want to touch it. It is a lovely old weathered look in a very sound, solid and heavy duty chunky wood!
I love it!

It has a saw tooth on the back for wall hanging!

This frame has a deep heavy look which is just more pronounced in the weathered look. It looks like it has been out in the sun for years!

The frame is:
Overall Size: 17 1/4" X 14 3/4"
Opening: 13 1/2" X 10 1/2"
Frame Width: 2 1/4"
Frame Depth from Wall: 2"

This is such a beautiful old frame. Sturdy and Chunky!

Frame corners are tight and all are in workable order. As with any vintage item the frames may have nicks and slight chips from their former life, all of which only enhance their vintage quality.

Info on White Wash or Lime Wash: A thin white paint. It was a low cost paint technique used in farming areas on barns and out buildings to prevent bacteria and insects. In a bygone era it was also used in urban settings to brighten up the cottages of the poor Irish.

More recently In the 1980's the design style of shabby chic was used to describe classic furniture, often Rococo furniture, which was updated with a liming or white wash look.

White Wash per Wiki:

"In Britain and Ireland whitewash was used historically, both externally and internally, in workers' cottages, and still retains something of this association with rural poverty. In the United States, a similar attitude is expressed in the old saying: "Too proud to whitewash and too poor to paint", with the connotation that whitewash is a cheap imitation of "real" paint."

While we have used a high quality paint that it highly pigmented and without any grittiness, we love to employ the Irish Cottage or White Wash look with a thin glaze of white paint over a colored surface. It provides a plainness and openness, often in contrast to the complexity of the underlying or original design.

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11 X 14, Chunky Shabby Frame, Deep Profile, Weathered Look Heavy Wood Frame, Vintage, Reclaimed, Repurposed Frame


  • Handmade item
  • Material: wood and paint
  • Only ships within United States.
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