Neoclassical: 2nd Empire Style Frame 2EMP002
Moulding Width: 6-1/8", Depth: 3-1/2"; Rabbet Width: 3/8", Depth: 3/8"
- This closed corner frame is made-to-order and build time is typically between 14 and 28 days.
- Frame constructed from wood with applied "compo" ornamentation.
- Multiple frame finishes available.
- Finishes are manually applied giving each frame a unique look and hand-crafted appearance.
- Custom frame sizes (including Acanthus leaf corner ornaments) available.
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** Frame weights are for reference only. (Weight data extrapolated from sample frames of different sizes. Actual frame weight can vary +/- a pound or two on smaller frames to several pounds on the largest frames. Factors that effect weight are: Wood type and material density, amount and type of hand applied finishes and general construction tolerances.)