This is a woven silk print of three children on a see-saw or teeter totter with their mother. The family dog is nearby. The scene itself is one done by the English artist Fred Morgan (1847-1927) who was known for his idyllic scenes of childhood. His work has often been compared to that of Arthur Elsley. The frame hides any identification but I did see one identical to this with the mark of NF, standing for the French company Neyret Freres. Along with that was the name Fred Morgan. This type of work is sometimes referred to as Stevengraphs.
It is in a beige wood and gold gesso frame. It has glass, a cardboard backing, with a wire for hanging. The silk wraps around the back of the frame on two sides.
Size: The frame measures approximately 9" tall and 11" wide. The opening in the back of the frame measures approximately 7 1/2" by 9 1/2".
Condition: I note some chips to the gesso on the frame but don't see any damage to the silk print, other than it may have a slight fold line.