For your consideration is a unique & vintage Art Deco Celluloid Picture Frame from around the 1920's-30's. The picture was probably original to the frame when purchased. The lady looks to be a famous actress from that era, and looks a little familiar to me, but I can't come up with her name, and of course, the picture is all in black & white. Back in those days and up through the 1950's, they often used famous people's pictures in many of the frames for displaying. So I don't think this wonderful frame was ever used personally. It has the glass front and a black backing with a freestanding stand attached. To take the glass & picture completely out of the frame you just carefully bend the top sides to the side and pull out the glass and backing. It just slides in and out very easily! On the top trim of the frame there is two, what I call, curling Q's design. The frame is in a off-white to light cream color. Approx.: 8"W X 10"L, will fit a 8 X 10 picture.
CONDITION: Except for some very light discoloration spots on the black cardboard frame & stand, this frame is in very good & vintage, usable, & collectible condition. Unmarked! (Please excuse the white flashes on the glass that was caused by the camera flash. thanks!)