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de Burgh – Johnny van Haeften

A 9cm wide polished black Ast style frame was chosen by Johnny van Haeften for his Guardroom Interior by van de Burgh ready for the Masterpiece Fair.
Reference: 48165
Sight size: 57.7 x 70.5cm
Model: Ast

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Unknown Artist – bridge painting

A 12.5cm wide polished and gilded DA Copen was chosen by Andre Ruzhnikov for his painting of a bridge on paper by an unknown artist.
Reference: 48078
Sight size: 52.1 x 74.6cm
Model: DA Copen

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van Streek – Richard Green Gallery

A 10cm wide ripple cabinet frame with a narrow gold sight edge was chosen by Richard Green Gallery for their religious painting by van Streek ready for the Masterpiece Fair.
Reference: 48101
Sight size: 39.0 x 31.7cm
Model: Ripple cabinet

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de Heem – Richard Green Gallery

A 7.5cm wide black and brown polised Cabinet 0479 was chosen by Richard Green Gallery for their fruit still life by de Heem ready for the Masterpiece Fair.
Reference: 48100
Sight size: 27.0 x 34.0cm
Model: Cabinet 0479

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Snyders – Richard Green Gallery

A 10.5cm wide oak cassetta 4803 was chosen by Richard Green Gallery for their still life by Snyders ready for the Masterpiece Fair.
Reference: 48099
Sight size: 59.0 x 84.5cm
Model: Oak Cassetta 4803

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Montagna – Christie’s Old Masters Department

A 7.5cm wide gilded cassetta 0857 was chosen by Christie’s Old Masters department for their portrait of a woman by Montagna.
Reference: 48065
Sight size: 44.9 x 33.5cm
Model: Cassetta 0857

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Ernst – Christie’s Impressionist Department

A 12cm wide dark brown polished modified flat forward scotia was chosen by Christie’s Impressionist Department for their Paysage by Max Ernst.

Reference: 48144

Sight size: 98.5 x 79.5cm

Model: Mod Flat forward scotia

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Magritte – Christie’s Impressionist Department

A 10cm wide Black polished Scotia 0574 was chosen by Christie’s Impressionist department for their Balcon de Manet by Magritte.
Reference: 48143
Sight size: 78.9 x 59.0cm
Model: Scotia 0574

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Dix – Christie’s Impressionist Department

An 8cm wide rustic painted and gilded DA Carlo was chosen by Christie’s Impressionist department for their Soldat by Dix.
Reference: 48102
Sight size: 48.7 x 48.0cm
Model: Rustic DA Carlo

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Beck – Private Client

An 8cm wide gilded Whistler style frame was chosen by a private client for their lake scene by Beck.
Reference: 48077
Sight size: 38.8 x 122.6cm
Model: Whistler

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Beck – Private Client

A 7cm wide white painted reeded pillow cassetta with gilded sight was chosen by a private client for their painting of a lake scene by Beck.
Reference: 48076
Sight size: 38.3 x 122.5cm
Model: Reeded Pillow Cassetta

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Beck – Private Client

A 6cm wide gilded Whistler style frame was chosen by a private client for their painting of a lake surface by Beck.
Reference: 48075
Sight size: 28.1 x 62.3cm
Model: Whistler

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Beck – Private client

A 10cm wide white painted reeded pillow cassetta with gilded sight was chosen by a private client for their painting of a house by a lake by Beck.
Reference: 48074
Sight size: 108.2 x 48.3cm
Model: Reeded pillow cassetta

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Tanguy – Christie’s Impressionist Department

A 12cm wide black polished Scotia 0574 was chosen by Christie’s Impressionist department for their abstract painting by Tanguy.
Reference: 48107
Sight size: 114.7 x 87.7cm
Model: Scotia 0574

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50 Years in business, then and now

50 years ago the average UK house price was just £4640, a gallon of petrol cost 6 shillings 2 pence, Monty Python’s Flying Circus was shown for the first time, and John Davies Framing came into being.

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Faking them in Fakenham?

With any high value item, there is always going to be someone that says it could be a fake. In recent years John Davies Framing has been honoured to be involved in some very high profile projects which are now causing some controversy in the art world.

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