A matching pair, these unique hardwood frames seem like they'd been part of furniture, but no - they're frames. I wondered if perhaps they were menu board frames at one time for a restaurant, but who knows. They've got glass to fit (both) and I've had them at my other home for years, trying to decide where to put them on the walls. Alas, one has to know when to leave well enough alone, and I'm going to forego this really pretty old pair. They're all original, in very good condition for age and type (c.1880-1910) and each have a hanging apparatus so you can really just insert your artwork or photos, or whatever, cut a backing and off you go.
Condition: very good to excellent, as noted above. Some light surface abrasions of age, nothing serious, no chips, cracks. Measurements are noted on the photos.
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