Hepburn Shagreen Photo Frame Tangerine/Bone
We all love a bargain!
Here is the last chance to buy the Tangerine Hepburn Photo Frame at a fantastic price, as part of our Winter Sale.
Handcrafted in Shagreen with bone edging, the Hepburn Photo Frame has a solid wood back and is covered in a luxurious black faux suede. This simple and classical photograph frame can be used either landscape or portrait. Shagreen, often called galuchat or stingray, is a richly textured strong material which has been used for centuries as a decorative surface.
This luxurious and exotic material is most closely associated with the Art Deco period, when interior decorators such as Jean Michel Frank and Clement Rousseau use stingray skins to decorate furniture, lighting and create amazing wall panelling.
This frame is available in colours: Calico, China Blue, Anthracite, Midnight Blue, and Grey – trimmed with Bone or Ebony.
Browse our Sale category for hand-crafted perfect end of line or “one off” items. These are only available online and may not currently be displayed in our Lots Road, Chelsea, showroom.
There are limited quantities available and pieces cannot be repeated when current stocks are sold. Items are not available in combination with any other discounts or sales promotions.
24cm (D) x 18.75cm (W) x 2.4cm (H)
Shagreen does not require any special cleaning. Please avoid contact with anything wet or oily, or any cleaning agent. Please protect shagreen from extensive sun exposure, which will cause the colour to fade and skin may contract. Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures. You only need to lightly dust with a soft cloth and the item will remain an object of beauty.
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