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#460 Oblong Frame - Royal Blue

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#460 Oblong Frame - Royal Blue
#460 Arc Sample - Royal Blue
#460 Profile Drawing
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#460 Oblong Frame - Royal Blue


This simple, classic, wood frame has been a best seller for years. The slope of this 1 7/8" mirror frame is perfect as an antique reproduction but works just as well in modern settings. This two tone blue frame is darker towards the edges with a deep Royal Blue stain. 

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Color Group:
Greens & Blues
Finish Name:
Royal Blue
Profile Width in Inches:
1 7/8
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