A very pretty little celluloid portrait print of a lady with roses.
Edwardian era / early 1910's there was a rise in popularity for celluloid pictures, which gradually rose throughout the end of the Victorian era with celluloid albums.
This is a particularly pretty little picture, it has muted almost sepia tones.
It is slightly convex and backed onto a thin board, the board is held in with brass nails, one is missing as there were originally three.
It comes in an ebonised black lacquered wooden frame, circular shape with a small brass loop at the top for hanging.
It does not have a backing and there is a very slight hairline crack in the celluloid but this can only be seen very closely (see picture 4)
Approximate size including frame is:
It is in a similar style to the antique Pears prints.
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