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Copper Tulips Photo Frame*
Arts & Crafts copper photograph frame with an unusual and very effective design of open flowers of tulips all around the outside.
All the flowers show finely detailed veining on the outer edges of their petals and a realistic textured finish on the inside.
With scrolling copper wirework stems joining all the individual flowers into a train and connecting these to the rounded edge of the inner part of the frame.
Fitted at the back with an easel stand and measuring approximately 28 cm high by 22 wide overall. The aperture for the photo measures just under 16 by 9.5 cm.
Circa 1900 and in good condition, commensurate with its age.