- 898 days ago
I have three large, bare wooden frames (unsure what type, but certainly NOT mdf, particle board, veneer etc) made by Erinwood - a local furniture manufacturer - in the late 1990s, like the other style of frames I currently have for sale on Gumtree.
These have an unusual shape to them, and a design cut into the wood. Vaguely Art Nouveau. I think they were frames for the mirror in Erinwood's Room Mates collection.
A lot of possibilities for someone wanting to buff them up a bit and use them to display their own art work, or old posters, maps, etc... (Note - probably not suitable for painters' canvases, because they're not very deep: just 1 inch [2.5 cm].)
A couple of them have what look to be resin stains along the grain of the wood in places, but I'm reasonably confident that it could be sanded out, or would disappear with the application of varnish or oil... and if not, there's always woodstain or paint.
The third photo - found online, and for illustration purposes only - is what they can look like polished up. And hung upside down. Or is that just me?
Dimensions - 37 1/2 in (95 cm) x 31 1/2 in (80cm); hole 29 in (74 cm) x 23 1/2 in (59 cm).
£10 each. Happy to sell as a job lot, or two.
Send me a message if you're interested in having a closer look. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR NAME.