From a distance, these look like late 1800s,oil on board portraits that are framed and then put in a larger frame with a green velvet background. The fancy, gold colored frames look like syroco. I believe they are 1950s-70s revival pieces. The portraits are prints on canvas. They are set in oval frames that measure 5.5 by 7 inches. Behind them is green velvet, and then the larger, very ornate frames that measure 16 inches tall by 11 inches, at the widest point. The frames are heavy, solid wood. The ornate design is a composite material. The are in good condition. You can see in the photos that there is some wear to the green velvet. Each of the frames has a small chunk missing, exposing the composite material. If touched up with gold paint, these would be difficult to see. There is some foxing on the portrait of the young lady. Again, see photos, and please ask for more if you want them as these are very heavy and a return would be expensive. Each one weighs almost 3 pounds, before careful packing.