A very good condition masculine silver engine turned photo or picture frame in a trapezoid shape. (1925)
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|Maker||Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham|
|Internal Picture Window Size||13.3cm (5.25") x 8.25cm (3.25")|
A very good condition masculine silver engine turned photo or picture frame in a trapezoid shape and with an empty cartouche. The oak back is also in very good condition and stands on its original hinged easel stand.
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