This wide, yellow gold frame has been antiqued with a slight reddish-brown rub through. The gold leafing is hand applied so the overlapping lines are visible every few inches. This frame is right at home in gallery wall groupings.
Antiqued frames are mouldings that undergo a unique manual process of applying metallic leafing to the surface of the wood in an overlapping fashion. This is all done by hand, requiring a high level of skilled craftsmanship. The effect of antiquing in either gold or silver leafing is both distinctive and beautiful, and these types of wood mouldings are ideal for framing traditional paintings or media, as well as wedding portraits, documents and gallery displays.
From flowers to cake—and everything in between—brides and grooms are readying themselves for that special day of celebrating their “I do’s.” And while the planning of every detail may have spanned months to years, the glory of the day seems to pass by in the blink of an eye. That’s why it’s so essential to capture the beauty of each moment through the art of photography.