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Scaramanga - Brown Photo Frame - Ofrn70218

Brown Photo Frame - Ofrn70218


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Brown photo frame - these eye-catching vintage wooden photo frames would make an excellent feature for your favourite photos, as seen at Harry Judd's house in "When Fearne met McBusted 2014". Made (upcycled) from reclaimed vintage hardwood teak from vintage furniture. They're ideally suited for a standard 6x4inch photograph. The distressed surface finish adds a great vintage appeal and would make the photo frames a great feature for any retro or contemporary inspired interior. The frame has a fold-out stand enabling it to display in a landscape or portrait orientation. Size: W20cm x D26cm (thickness 2cm). The colours of our frames may vary slightly from the photos - if you're looking for a specific colour please contact us and we'll be happy to help you find the colour or shade you want. Our frames are not new or made to look old. They may have small marks and scratches on them, which are consistent with their age and original use. We feel these add to their character and appeal. Please look at the photos to get an idea of their condition. For more information see our ethical policy for wooden furniture and wooden accessories.

Scaramanga's founder, Carl, has a lifelong love and appreciation of well made furniture and interiors. He spends many hours searching and discovering original vintage and antique furniture from around the globe. He carefully selects every piece himself and oversees their careful restoration. It takes a considerable time to acquire the knowledge, gain the experience and master traditional furniture restoration and making. The people who restore our furniture are dedicated to excellence and fine detail. They bring our furniture back to life without loosing its history, acquired patina and character built up over many years.

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