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06/22/2024 08:41 PM
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ANTIQUE PORTRAIT OF LADY IN LARGE GILT FRAME

Rating: 8
Comments. The frame measures 30" high x 26" wide which is made of solid wood and have fancy raised gesso designs. It has a 16" x 20" opening which features a woman's photo portrait printed on canvas that has hand painted features/highlights. What appears to be the original frames paint has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, small chips/missing pieces in the gesso as seen in our photo, soiling and there is some missing spots/scratches on the photo as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and you'll have an instant relative that would look nice paired with item number 23 of this auction.


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