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Chinese painting of Macau – Martyn Gregory

A 3 1/2″ wide Chinese Chippendale style frame was chosen by the Martyn Gregory gallery on behalf of a client for a large Chinese painting of Macau. Initially created with a polished finish, the client ultimately decided to gild the whole frame and therefore the relevant alterations were made to the finish.

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Chinnery – Martyn Gregory

A 5.5cm wide gilded English Hollow frame was chosen by Martyn Gregory of Bury Street, St. James’s for a portrait of Mr. Wood by Chinnery. It was a pair to a similar portrait of Mrs. Wood by the same artist.

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Chinnery – Martyn Gregory

A 5.5cm wide gilded English Hollow frame was chosen by Martyn Gregory of Bury Street, St. James’s for a portrait of Mrs. Wood by Chinnery. It was a pair to a similar portrait of Mr. Wood by the same artist.

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Chinnery – Martyn Gregory

A 7cm wide Neoclassic style frame with ribbon detail and an antiqued gold finish was chosen by Martyn Gregory for a male portrait by Chinnery.

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Houckgeest – Mauritshuis

The Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague chose a 9.5cm wide polished black and brown cassetta frame with an archtop spandrel for a church interior painting by Houckgeest.

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Moreelse – Mauritshuis

A 12cm wide polished black and brown flat forward scotia frame was chosen by the Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague for their self portrait by Moreelse.

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van Leen – Johnny van Haeften Old Master Paintings

An 11.5cm wide polished dark brown cabinet frame with a gilded sight edge was chosen by Johnny van Haeften for a van Leen painting of flowers on behalf of his client.

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van Steen – Bredius Museum

The Bredius Museum in The Hague chose an 8cm wide polished brown cabinet frame for a painting of dancers by van Steen.

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van der Velde – Bredius Museum

The Bredius Museum in The Hague chose an 8cm wide polished brown cabinet frame for a landscape by van der Velde.

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Vrancx – Bredius Museum

The Bredius Museum in The Hague chose an 8cm wide polished brown cabinet frame for a painting of ice skaters by Vrancx.

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van Roestraten – Bredius Museum

A 7cm wide polished dark brown Ast style frame was chosen by the Bredius Museum in The Hague for a painting of a mother and child by van Roestraten.

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de Ville – Bredius Museum

A 7cm wide polished dark brown Ast style frame was chosen by the Bredius Museum in The Hague for a painting of fruit by de Ville.

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Elinge – Bredius Museum

A 9cm wide polished brown flat forward scotia with a gilded sight edge was chosen by the Bredius Museum in The Hague for a painting of a lady with pearls by Elinge.

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de Moni – Bredius Museum

The Bredius Museum in The Hague chose an 8cm wide polished brown flat forward scotia frame with a carved and gilded sight edge for a painting of a lady with a pitcher by de Moni.

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Sisley – Davis Museum

An 11.5cm wide Louis XIV frame with a 2.5cm slip was chosen for a garden painting by Sisley owned by the Davis Museum at Wellesley College in Massachussetts.

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van de Velde – Davis Museum

The Davis Museum at Wellesley College in Massachussetts chose an 11.5cm wide polished black cabinet frame with a gilded ripple sight edge for a shipping painting by van de Velde.

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