Solid silver photo frames made by various makers and which will enhance the photographs you wish to frame.
A particular period of time in history or a persons life.
Each of these solid silver picture frames adds a touch of class to your photographs and are works of art in their own right.
Carrs Classic solid silver photo frame in original box. Unused with a few figure marks. From their contemporary collection. Fits a photo size of 2 inches a 2 inches. Overall size 4 3/4 square. A very nice piece of silver. The marks are just camera reflections. Reference Carrs 23. Price £75
Our Spitfire keyring is made from original armoured plate from a Battle of Britain Spitfire. It carries the scars and patina of age and rust.
Small oval photo frame by Francis Howard, Sheffield. In original retailers box as above. 1986 hallmarks. Unblemished as new. Size 2 3/4 inches tall x 2 1/8 wide for photograph 2 1/4 inches x 1 1/2 inches. Stand as new. Ref. FH Small oval. Price £45
Miniature photo frame with William Morris design. Solid silver and the quality of the back is almost as nice as the front. Made by Paul Vernon Fitchie and it is only occasionally you come across a truly quality craft made item. New unboxed. This piece is 2.75 x 2 inches and displays a photograph of 5 cms x 3 cms. Ref. PVH 1. Price £39
Silver photographic frame size 5 inches x 4 inches and displays a 3.5 x 2.5 inch photograph. By Paul Vernon Fitchie. New unboxed. Ref. PVH 2. Price £48
The Cutty Sark Sheffield made pocket knife uses the original Muntz metal from the keel of the Cutty Sark. You can savour the past with our Epoch gifts.
Triple photo frame - the glass is intact. The hallmark appears to be London RBB. The height from top to bottom is 6 1/2 inches. It’s completely functional. intricately decorated silver 4 x 3 cms at their widest points. Ref RBB 1. Price £140
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