Spelter frames c.1880
Wonderfully forms in a gothic style and showing a great amount of detail. A natural patination across the surface of both items due to age is present.
We are proud to offer a highly decorative pair of late 19th Century spelter metal hand beaten church frames. We recently obtained these examples from a country house clearance in Kent (UK). The frames are true to date however we feel the mirrors have been added later to suit a functional purpose, both frames still have their original wooden backing supports in place. These items would be amazing mounted alongside each other in a hallway, A true interior design piece.
Dimensions in inches: H 13.5 x W 6.5 x D 1
Period: 1880 – 1900
Structurally secure, without loss or damage. Natural patination and deforming across the surface of the metal is present. These items are over 100 years old and this is reflected in their look as shown in the photos provided.
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