"Unusual Double Photo Frame In Openwork Wood"Entirely made with a scroll saw, this double frame probably intended for the conservation of photos of a young couple (one of the photos remains in place and their initials in relief are always present at the bottom) has an abundant decor punctuated with ivy leaves which recall the motto "I die or I attach". In the taste of work called "black forest". In the center, on both sides, a glass protects the photo on one side and its location on the other. The glass is held in place at the back by small, perfectly adjusted pegs. It dates from the end of the XIXth century or the beginning of the XXth and is in very good condition considering its age. Little or no shortage. Height: 35.5 cm x 36 cm in width Photo location: 16.5 cm x 10.5 cm Many other objects to discover in my stand at the antique fairs in which I participate. Follow my gallery to be informed of news and to know the dates of the next Fairs ... Any questions? I'm listening to you. Do not hesitate to call me or send me a message. I will answer you with great pleasure.