Frames with "Oxford Corners," like on the frame shown above, were not invented in Victorian England. One can find the occasional example throughout history. But, during the Mid-Nineteenth Century's Gothic Revival, "Oxford Frames" became quite the rage. Perhaps the "churchy" sensibility of the crosses suited the heavy, dark aesthetic of the times. Yet they have a remarkably clean and modern look—making them perfect in a room full of antiques or a room screaming Mid-Century Modern. Click on the photo above to learn more about this frame.
More vintage frames tomorrow.
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