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#454 Octagon Frame - Taupe

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#454 Octagon Frame - Taupe
#454 Arc Sample - Taupe
#454 Profile Drawing
SKU:
454T-TA
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#454 Octagon Frame - Taupe

Description

This octagon frame is just under 3" in width with a ruffled outer edge that is patterned after classic carvings from late 19th century period frames. The Taupe finish on this frame is a beautiful creamy color with warm brown highlights on along the edges. The base coat of cream with the brown accents gives a look of depth and warmth.  

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Details

Product:
Picture Frames
Series:
#454
Rabbet Depth:
3/8
Shape:
Octagon
Color Group:
Whites
Finish Name:
Taupe
Material:
MDF
Stylel:
Ornate
Profile Width in Inches:
2 3/4
Size in inches:
8 7/8x12 11/16
Size in inches:
9 5/8x15 11/16
Size in inches:
10 5/8x17 11/16
Size in inches:
11 3/4x19 15/16

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