Reproductions of Antique Wood Picture Frames for sale. We specialize in antique hand carved picture frames since 1905. Our specialty is to be able to customize any one of our models. Indeed, you can ask to modify the section width, the carvings, and the laquer as you want. Buy our antique carved wood picture frames personalized as you want.
Poplar is another quite common wood for antique wooden picture frames. Actually, poplar was more used for another kind of furniture. For instance, a significant number of antique cabinets are in poplar. It is not bad for carvings but is definitely easier to find antique wood frames made of poplar with plenty of woodworms.
The tulipwood is a very compact wood. It is resilient and makes the entire structure of the frames significantly robust. Even though is quite tough to work, it can be carved. Its strength allows to craft frames that can travel overseas without risk.
Realizing reproductions of antique hand carved frames takes a long time. Here in Federici Workshop, we have spent more than a century carving antique wood frames. In fact, our workshop was born in 1905. Since then, four generations of master carvers have dealt with a lot of reproduction frames. Also, we have worked for the most important museums all over the world.
Watch a video on our Youtube channel showing a typical carving process: carving an Antique Frame. In the video, you will see Massimiliano Gurrieri Master Carver at work. He is patiently realizing a replica of a Bolognese antique wooden picture frame. You can see more videos with him working at this link: more videos.
We realize antique carved wooden picture frames of any size. Indeed, our reproductions are suitable for paintings in all dimensions. Remember that the available models are customizable as well. For example, you could even change the profile width at your wish. Some people, in fact, like them wider while others prefer them smaller.
The majority of the frames shown above are realized by mixed techniques. In other words, we realize certain models using wood and wood pulp together. Why do we mix up different techniques and materials We do that to lower the prices. That way we can reach a broader number of collectors.
For over a century, exactly since 1905, Federici Workshop has manufactured antique wood frames for old master paintings. We have worked for major museums worldwide solving their problems. Museums buy exclusive reproductions of antique wood picture frames because there is a lack of authentic frames.
It is quite common nowadays to own a frameless masterwork. When that happens our services become indispensable. Thus, we realize a replica of an eligible authentic frame when a painting is frameless. Sometimes museums just go for one of our standard models. They can either choose between our expensive or affordable antique wood frames for sale.
There are currently over 40 styles of barnwood frames available at MyBarnwoodFrames.com. Offered in standard and custom sizes, you can order nearly any of the frame styles listed below in a size that fits your product and your pocketbook.You can also call 888-OLD-BARN (888-653-2276) for custom sizes. The possibilities are unlimited when you choose MyBarnwoodFrames.com for your rustic barnwood picture frames. We offer the Internet's largest variety of reclaimed wood frames making your next purchase eco-friendly too. Our reclaimed wood picture frames are 100% Made in the USA.
Barnwood Frames are a surprisingly versatile framing medium. The neutral colors lend themselves to dozens of different decor styles, and the natural tones and textures fit with everything from primitive decor to more formal modern decor. We offer dozens of different styles and sizes of barnwood frames. In fact, you'll find that we offer the mosts extensive selection and some of the best pricing available anywhere.
These beautiful frames are a MyBarnwoodFrames original, and are not sold elsewhere. We've taken a basic barnwood frame and added some unique details: alder overlay strips, large upholstery tacks, iron details, and stained hardwood insets. These frames are available in 5x7, 8x8, 8x10, 11x14 and 16x20 standard sizes. Custom sizes are available upon request.
This picture frame is made of natural wood and uses environmentally friendly paint. The tabs in the back are easy to open, so you can swap out the picture with a new one any time. There are also wall hooks for laying the picture horizontally or standing it up vertically. Wall mounts are sold separately.
In addition to photographs, picture frames are excellent for displaying artwork, special certifications and even memorabilia, like ticket stubs or Broadway playbills. Adding picture frames to your wall or setting them on a mantle can make a house feel like a home.
Of course, in this high-tech world, you may want to go with a digital picture frame. This type of frame allows you to upload pictures and display them in a slideshow. These frames actually connect to your home Wi-Fi and use a special email to electronically transfer pictures to the frame. They feature a handy touch screen that allows you to quickly delete old photos or put the slideshow on pause.
Antique picture frames remain highly popular, even duringthis modern time. Their ornate carved medallions, elaborate (and even lavish)flowers, beading and scallops are a thing of beauty. You can even opt to pair avintage picture frame with convex lenses to achieve an antique portrait look.
Sometimes it's easy to take the simplest-looking things for granted. While working on a scrollsawn picture for one of my kids, I spent more time thinking about the process of making the picture than the frame I would put around it. After all, how hard can it be to miter a simple frame I'm pretty happy with the frames I've made, but the skill came from a lot of practice and some solid techniques. Here are some of the things I've learned, occasionally the hard way. Note:I focus on making a frame using a mitersaw. See this article for a quick tutorial on tuning your mitersaw for best performance.
Then, I set up a stopblock and miter one end of each piece [below]. (This works for square frames. For rectangular frames, cut two pieces, then reset the stopblock to cut the two remaining pieces.)
The inside and outside of each corner should fit without any gaps. When you're satisfied with the fit, apply glue to each mitered edge, making sure each edge aligns perfectly, and reclamp. Pieces can slide a bit as the clamp is tightened, so readjust as necessary. I apply moderate pressure with the clamp to assure good glue and edge bonding. When mitered edges fit well, there is no need for excessive clamping pressure. Allow the glued-up frame to cure overnight and you're ready to add glass and a picture.
A framing shop uses a point driver to secure a picture within its frame. Find a moderately priced unit from Logan (the Dual Driver Elite) at many home centers. For a more basic approach, Rockler stocks black picture frame turn buttons (no. 22890, $3.50 per four, 800-279-4441, rockler.com).
Turn your favorite memories into pieces of art with our wooden picture frames. With a modern and sleek design, our frames are the perfect way to elevate your photos and artwork. Whether you're looking for a frame to display your family photos or a unique way to showcase your favorite vacation memories, we have the perfect frame for you. Shop our selection of wooden frames today and find the perfect one for your home.
Turn your favorite memories into pieces of art with our wooden picture frames. With a modern and sleek design, our frames are the perfect way to elevate your photos and artwork. Whether you\\'re looking for a frame to display your family photos or a unique way to showcase your favorite vacation memories, we have the perfect frame for you. Shop our selection of wooden frames today and find the perfect one for your home.
Getting pictures right in rooms is an art form in its own right and the right frame is essential. Wall Space have been my go-to framers for years. Not just for Clients or my Television work but also, more importantly, for the art I have at home.
finally! Ive been waiting patiently all afternoon for this post :) I have a stack of offsized art that I dying to get up on my walls but spending all that dough on specialty sized frames seemed crazy to me. Cant wait to tackle a few of these this weekend!
Seriously STAPLES! DUH, GINA! I glued 10 frames to make a gallery wall with (blogged here), and was SO IMPATIENT for the glue to dry to move them (they were taking up a lot of space in my work area). And the answer was as simple as STAPLES!
Wow, that really was simple. I have some off sized prints that I need to frame, but I am having such a hard time finding frames that fit. Your tutorial just solved that problem. Thank you! You guys always share the best stuff.
If you are short on scrap wood, staples and elmers, wwww.framefit.com lets you order lovely frames by the inch in pairs, and sends all the hardward without being asked! Lovely customer service too if needed. i get lots of frames for posters, photos and actual canvas art.
My Pinterest challenge project was pretty cheap and easy, just like these frames. I made an arm rest wrap side table thingy for less than $5 total! I could probably make another with the left over wood too.
We made giant super sized frames for our hall cubbies. It was easier than I thought it would be and we ended up stretching canvas over them. Love the paint projects for the Pinspiration challenge. I did (and linked up) a paint project too. So fun to get messy again.
I did something similar. My bathroom medicine cabinet was really dull and the mirrow had edging that looked cheap and plastic. I framed it out with some inexpensive but fancy trim using the method you mentioned here. It looks 1,000 times more classy now. Funny thing is, I never even thought of doing this for