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Picture Frame Wood

We make a huge range of wooden frames in various size, design and finish which are used as picture frames and also the bigger frames are used for mirrors and designer windows. They come in many versions of hand painting and hand carving designs which give them enchanting looks and features. All this comes at a very competitive price at par with the best factories in the world.

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Catalogue Picture Frames Wooden

A Picture Frame also known as a Photo Frame is a protective and decorative edging for a picture, such as a painting or a photograph. It makes displaying the work safer and easier. It sets the picture apart from its surroundings and aesthetically integrates it with them. A picture frame protects the art and presents it to good advantage.

Traditionally picture frames have been made of wood, and it remains very popular because wood frames can provide strength, be shaped in a broad range of profiles and allow a variety of surface treatments. Other materials include metals like brass, bronze, aluminum and iron. Frame surface may be of any color or texture where gold, black and antique finish, still remain the most popular. Some picture frames have elaborate molding. Picture frame moldings come in a wide variety of profiles, generally in some sort of L shape with an upward lip and a horizontal rabbet. The rabbet functions as a shelf to hold the frame glazing some sort of spacer to keep the object safely behind the inner surface of the glazing, the object itself, and backing boards to protect the object from physical damage and environmental pollutants. The lip extends a proportionate distance up from the edge of the rabbet. It restrains materials in the frame and can be used to help set off or reveal the picture aesthetically.


The picture frame may contain a protective glazing of an acrylic sheet. In recent years there have been significant developments in the manufacture of picture glazing, creating a much broader range of options in both glass and acrylic material.

The treatment of the back of the framed artwork also varies widely. All frame packages should incorporate some sort of stiff, dense board to protect against physical blows and against dirt, insects, moisture and pollutants. The backboards should be made from good quality material like wood or M.D.F.

Picture Frame Shapes

Picture frames are generally square or rectangular although round and oval frames are also quite popular. Frame shapes such as stars and hearts are also popular and may easily be carved in wood. By far wood is the best material to design any type of shape for a picture frame as it is easier to craft than compared to metals. Both plain simple frames in wood and carved wooden frames are very popular. Just that they should match with the décor theme of your home


Photo Frame History


The earliest frames were those that surrounded fayum mummy portraits. The stucco frames may have been used to hang the portraits in the owner's home until the time of deat