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Cod. 079

Reproduction of a Flemish Empire Picture Frame lacquered on wood. It’s an early 19th century style picture frame

Width cm 6

Flemish Empire Frame

Reproduction of a Flemish Empire Frame lacquered on wood. This early 19th-century model is available for any particular painting size so that you can frame with it any painting.

Properties of Flemish Empire frame

This Empire Frame is made in ayous and tulipwood perfectly combined together to obtain maximum strength.  It is completely customizable in order to meet any client’s desire. For instance, you can change color and shape.

Section width cm 6
Rabbet cm 1

Flemish Empire Frames Lacquer

You can change the finishing of the central surface by using any color. Therefore you can specify your favorite color by mailing us a photo. You can watch a related video showing the lacquering process by clicking the link:

Patina (Antique dark color)

“Patina” is an Italian word that refers to the color of the frame. Making an astonishing Patina is one of the major skills of the Gilder in order to make seem this Reproduction of Flemish Empire Frame as an original one. To complete this process Gilders use some different kinds of stones to hit the frame and create some fake tiny broken parts. In addition, the wormholes are fake as well and you will be able to see them analyzing deeply the picture detail above. As a result, any damaged little part of the frame is just a part of a bigger plane.

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