Fine Victorian Era Frame, Great Patina, For 12" X 16" Artwork, 3"-wide Molding
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Fine Victorian Era Frame, Great Patina, For 12" X 16" Artwork, 3"-wide Molding :
Fine Victorian era wood and "Compo" frame, original Vintage, for 12" x 16" or smaller painting
An excellent Antique Victorian American picture frame. Has a 3"-wide molding. Note: a 12" x 16" painting will fit in this opening exactly, meaning all of the painting will be visible in the opening, except for a sliver resting on the very edge of the lip. If a 12" x 16" painting is placed in this frame, it will have to be shimmed from the back around all sides. But the advantage of this fit is that all of the painting will be displayed. Presently houses a nice antique mirror. I can ship with or without the mirror. With the mirror, the unpacked weight of the frame is 7 lbs. If you decide you don't want the mirror, we'll adjust the invoice at the time of your purchase, and it will cut shipping costs by about one-third. We refund all unused postage, too. Condition: Some minor losses and cracks commensurate with age, but overall in very good condition. I've photographed all the corners for you, and the most serious ding on the frame (see photos).
About us: We’ve been selling on for over ten years, and have never received a negative. We ship immediately and pack with great care. We use the expertise of many years to recognize, research, and bring you the best values in accurately-described fine art.
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delivery to you (as determined by tracking information), and return it to me within 7 days of delivery, and I will gladly refund your offer amount, including all initial shipping charges (not your return postage). The 48 hour notification mentioned here is for your benefit, and is a “must.” Returned items must be unused, unaltered, undamaged, and not re-offered for sale, in identical condition/completeness as purchased. Loss of any labels, parts, literature, etc. or alterations including any varnishing, removal of varnish, cleaning or polishing voids return and refund privilege. Our items are typically found at
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And while we sometimes may be able to identify estate decedents and previous owners, we cannot speak for the expertise of the previous owner. As such, unless otherwise stated, the items we sell are not “vetted,” and are unauthenticated. Unless we specify that an item is “painted by,” or “signed by,” we sell the item as-is, and without warranty of any kind. When we do make an explicit authenticity warranty, without exception, any changes, alterations, losses, cleaning, polishing, varnishing, varnish removal voids that warranty, which is good for 30 days from purchase. The return of warranty items must be accompanied by a dated signed written statement from the recognized expert on the artist, on his or her letterhead containing contact information, stating that the painting is not by the artist as explicitly represented. For the purposes of this guarantee, the “expert” is the person recognized by one of the premier international sale houses as the expert on the artist, or has authored a published Catalogue Raisonné for the artist. Appraisers and authenticators are not one and the same; for the purposes of the 30 day authenticity guarantee, opinions of appraisers are not considered expert opinions on paintings’ authenticity. When we receive a valid claim, we will refund the original offer amount, but no postage amounts.
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