Our Rococo Frame is richly hand-carved with a shell & flower motif. It is a wide, heavy frame suitable for a seascape or pastoral scene. It also makes a striking beveled glass mirror. This frame will add a rich, luxurious gleam to your home or office wall.
We will reproduce any open-source frame or carving style at your request. We can work from the original, from close-up photos, or from detailed drawings. We can also adjust any frame to fit your specific artwork, so that the corners match gracefully and the frame will keep its proportion and balance.
Materials & Construction
Our solid wood picture or mirror frames are hand-fabricated using kiln-dried Spanish Cedar or Honduran Mahogany. Their construction consists of full hidden tenons in the corners, with a full rabbeted back to receive the artwork. Smaller frames have a hand-planed removable back of 1/4″ thick solid wood, with beveled edges in the traditional style. We can also provide a beveled 16” x 20” glass mirror (oval or rectangular), turning the frame into a handsome antique reproduction mirror.
We provide the following finishes on our frames:
- Antique Hand-Rubbed Shellac
- Distressed Faux Gold Leaf
If you wish to have your frame gilded with true gold leaf by a gilding shop, please let us know so we can supply the frame per the gilder’s preference.
All sizes and prices listed below are for reference only, as all our frames can be custom-made to fit your media. The prices below are examples of common-sized frames, manufactured in Spanish Cedar, include a custom scale drawing, and exclude shipping costs. For products in Honduran Mahogany, add 25%.
|Rococo Frame||8″ x 10″||$200|
|Rococo Frame||11″ x 14″||$230|
|Rococo Frame||12″ x 16″||$250|
|Simple Rococo Frame||12″ x 16″||$190|
|Rococo Frame||16″ x 20″||$300|
|Rococo Oval Frame||16″ x 20″||$300|
|Rococo Frame||20″ x 24″||$330|
|Rococo Oval Frame||20″ x 24″||$330|
|Simple Rococo Frame||20″ x 24″||$270|
|Rectangular Beveled Glass Mirror||16″ x 20″||$40|
|Oval Beveled Glass Mirror||16″ x 20″||$70|
*Frame sizes indicate the size of the rabbeted grooves on the back of the frame, which accepts the mirror and/or artwork.