Late 19th C. Eastlake frame with crest.
This frame has the gold leaf laid directly on the oak base and retains it’s original wine colored velvet liner and leafed surfaces. The applied ornament of beads, flowers, leaves and other Arts and Crafts designs are placed symmetrically on the frame, each side being a mirror image of the other. The top corners are a rose on a grained background. The crest has rectilinear floral plaques set below a raised crown of pyramids and fans.