Oh, those sibling group photos! Once a staple of family gatherings and grandparents' visits; Now, thanks to the camera phone, possibly a daily occurrence. But, in 1920, when this pressed tin frame was made, such family photos were quite rare indeed. Kids were dressed in their Sunday Best and—as was the custom at the time—people rarely smiled for the photographer. Photo day was serious and commemorative. A photo was rare and meant to last.
This pressed tin frame is finished with an applied faux woodgrain and has a convenient hook on the back for hanging upon the wall. Click on the photo above to learn more about it.
Though our Greenwich Village store is now permanently closed, LEO Design is still alive and well! Please visit our on-line store where we continue to sell Handsome Gifts (www.LEOdesignNYC.com).
We also can be found in Pittsburgh's historic "Strip District" at Mahla & Co. Antiques (www.mahlaantiques.com) or in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania at The Antique Center of Strabane (www.antiquecenterofstrabane.com).
Or call to arrange to visit our Pittsburgh showroom (by private appointment only). 917-446-4248