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About The Frame Lady
Our Service PledgeI guarantee the authenticity of all items.
LAY-A-WAY/Time Payments available--just email me! ALL items shipped USPS Insured mail with tracking number that I post to your invoice. If you are outside the U.S., please email me BEFORE purchasing an item. Please see "Terms of Sale" for ALL shipping specifications.
About UsPLEASE NOTE: To search for FRAMES [or any other item] , enter in the search box at the top, and ALL the frames will come up, regardless of category/subcategory. Please email me your "wants" as I have 100s of Antique frames not shown. If you search for "Gold-Plated" also enter "Dore". Frames are my passion and my main area of expertise.
Since 1968 I have specialized in American and European Frames. I have had shops from Oyster Bay to the Hamptons on LI, New York, and participated in nearly 1000 antiques Shows. I have also worked for 2 Antique Auction Galleries in New York.
PLEASE NOTE: SALE prices are for a limited time and subject to change.
All dimensions/weights listed are approximate, and measured from widest points, unless otherwise stated. I prefer to state "ca. 1890" rather than "Victorian". Items I sell are mostly 100+ years old, and will have some wear from use--please read descriptions carefully and view ALL photos--I aim for accuracy and guarantee what I sell, but no item is absolutely perfect, and neither am I!
Many of the frames I sell have a Gold-Plated finish. If you have questions about how to open/clean/care for frames, just email me. Many frames have their original glass; if not, I try to use 19th c. glass where possible. I sometimes use silicone glue [non-reactive and easily removed] to keep the glass from sliding in the frame. There may be imperfections/minor scratches on the glass due to age. Convex glass is curved outward; beveled glass has an angled edge.
Silver items may have small tarnish spots, dings, etc. and are cleaned by hand to keep their "character" and show some depth to the designs. In order to photograph smooth silver objects , it is sometimes necessary to use a technique that shows some small "condensation dots" so there are no reflections that make the object easier to view.
I use magazine pages, old photos, etc. as fillers for the frames---genuine paintings will be specified in the description.
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