Portrait of Queen Victoria in Antique Gilt Wood Frame

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Portrait of Queen Victoria in Antique Gilt Wood Frame

1,080.00

A good sized, expressive, black and white portrait photogravure, likely from a magazine, of Queen Victoria (1819-1901), looking wistfully forward, her chin resting on her hand, with a bracelet featuring a portrait of her beloved Prince Albert on her wrist. This portrait was made on the occasion of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. The frame is an 18th century frame that was recycled in the 19th century, with ornate acanthus and grape leaves and vines added on a stippled field, within a dentil molding. This is a wonderful decorative object whose value is in the subject of the photograph and, primarily, its presentation in the period frame.

Height: 21”     Width: 18”     Depth: 3”

$1080

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