Ivy & Oak Frame

$170.00 Sale Save

Size 8x10

The Ivy & Oak Collection is inspired by the picturesque hamlet built for Marie Antoinette at the palace of Versailles. The collection reflects the beauty of nature and the love of a country existence - or at least how the royal palace architects romanticized it at the whim of a young queen. The simple shape of each piece is inspired by the bucket Marie Antoinette carried as she pretended to be a milkmaid at her village refuge.

"I wanted to capture the balance between palace and country life in this collection. The delicate, winding cast ivy wraps around faux-bois etched metal elements, offering a romanticized interpretation of a simple life on the farm."

DETAILS & MATERIALS

Frame Dimensions
8x10 Photo Frame 12.75"L x 10.75"W
4x6 or 5x7 Photo Frame 9.75"L x 7.75"W
Convertible (Vertical or Horizontal)
Nickelplate

• Wipe with soft damp cloth
• Do not clean with any chemical solvents

Directions for placing photo in frame

• Never move tab without loosening screw first as tab may snap. Loosen screw then move tab.
• Remove frame back and place in photo
• Place frame back in place
• Set tabs in correct position, then tighten screws in place
• Do not use tab to loosen or tighten screw. A screwdriver should be used.

Michael is highly inspired by his surroundings and often makes sculptures of objects that might otherwise be overlooked in the everyday. Nature is his biggest muse, as is the handmade process.

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Our goal is to deliver your purchase as quickly as possible. All orders have a processing time of 24-48 hours if the merchandise is in stock; excludes holidays, weekends, and sale events.

If your Michael Aram selection does not entirely meet your satisfaction, we will gladly exchange or refund your purchase, exclusive of delivery charges and any discounts applied, within 30 days from the date of delivery.

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“There is a tremendous reflection of our own humanity in handmade objects When you make things by hand, somehow that energy, that tension, that passion, all gets absorbed into the object Objects are powerful They trace history, trace our passage through time, they capture memories for generations” ~ M. 

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