- The frame is made of silverplate, giving it a classic and timeless look that will complement any decor.
- The frame features a simple yet stylish design, with a raised cross in the center and a beaded border around the edge.
- The frame measures 5 x 7 inches, making it suitable for displaying a favorite photo or artwork.
- The frame has a black velvet back and can be displayed horizontally or vertically, allowing you to choose the best orientation for your photo or artwork.
- The Reed & Barton Abbey Cross Silverplate 5" x 7" Frame is a perfect gift for special occasions such as weddings, baptisms, or religious celebrations.
Item Number: 4757
Dimensions: 10.79 x 8.43 x 1.34 inches
Weight: 1.43 lb
Lenox is a brand that has been synonymous with high-quality tableware, gifts, and collectibles since its founding in 1889. The company was originally established as Lenox Ceramic Pottery Company by Walter Scott Lenox in Trenton, New Jersey. Lenox began his career as an apprentice at Ott & Brewer, a Trenton pottery firm, before striking out on his own. From the outset, Lenox focused on creating fine china and porcelain products that were both beautiful and functional. His designs were heavily influenced by European porcelain traditions, but he also sought to create uniquely American styles. In particular, Lenox developed a reputation for his use of white-bodied porcelain, which was considered a rarity at the time. Over the years, Lenox expanded its product line to include not only dinnerware, but also decorative items like vases, figurines, and Christmas ornaments. The company also developed relationships with notable artists and designers, such as Frank Graham Holmes and William A. Pickard, who created many of Lenox's most beloved patterns. In the 20th century, Lenox cemented its reputation as one of the premier American brands for tableware and collectibles. The company's products were used in many prestigious settings, including the White House and the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. Lenox also became known for its commitment to innovation, such as introducing new production techniques like underglaze printing and computerized design. Today, Lenox is still producing high-quality tableware and decorative items, and its products can be found in homes, hotels, and museums around the world. The company has continued to innovate with new designs and materials, while still maintaining its commitment to traditional craftsmanship and quality.
We don't accept return, but if the product you receive is broken or wrong, we will provide full or partial refund.