Antique frames, with reverse painted glass inserts. Circa 1860, these 19th century rosewood photograph frames measure 11 and five eighths inches high by 10 and one quarter inches wide. The actual rosewood frame is 2 and one eighth inches thick. The oval opening measures 6 inches high by 4 and three eighths inches wide.
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