Browse our collection of antique silver and silver plate picture and photo frames.
A most elegant large size Edwardian shaped rectangular silver photo or picture frame with a floral and reeded border and oval wreathe and bow window. The easel back has been completely refurbished with green velvet. In very good condition. (1905).
Pair of Edwardian silver shaped circular picture frames with scrolling borders in completely as found, very good condition, without holes in the frame. Possibly a his and hers pair, as one is backed in blue velvet the other in red. (1902).
A very good quality cast Continental 800 grade antique silver square photo or picture frame. The central cartouche depicts female figures and horses and the pierced cast border is decorated with flowers and scrolls and with a green velvet backed easel stand. In very good condition. (Circa 1900)
A very smart and good quality rectangular plain silver photo or picture frame with a good gauge wide silver mount and original oak easel stand back. In very good original condition. (1929)
A very smart antique Art Deco style silver photo frame in an unusual hexagonal shape. The plain silver border is made from a good gauge of silver and has its original oak easel stand. In very good original condition. 1919.
A very pretty small shaped antique William Comyns silver photo or picture frame with a pierced and embossed border decorated with Cherubs, scrolls and flowers. The easel back has been completely restored with blue velvet. In very good condition. (1896).
A very stylish antique Art Nouveau silver photo frame with repousse stylised floral decoration and a shaped oak easel stand back. In very good original condition. (Circa 1910).
A very pretty Edwardian double window silver photo frame with a floral border and hearts at each corner of the convex glass windows. The silver frame is in very good original condition and the back has been recovered. (1902).
A very attractive Edwardian silver photo or picture frame with an outer border of pierced floral scrolling surrounding a plain inner mount decorated with a delicate bead. The easel shaped back is crafted from oak and the glass window is bevelled. (1904).