This gorgeous angled silver picture frame is inspired by the town of Spoleto, Italy, and features a shiny metallic finish along the inside edge, and fades into a slightly textured, tarnished look to simulate age. The profile width is 2”, and slopes downward from the inside to the outer edge.
Spoleto is a historical town in the center of Italy, and was an ally to Rome during the Second Punic War. This angled silver picture frame has the look of forged steel with an angled look that is reminiscent of a sharp sword.
This angled silver picture frame is both sleek and vintage, providing versatility in design. Landscapes, botanicals, and modern photography may all pair with this silver picture frame, and paintings of salmon and other fish, or other metallic items make an excellent pairing with this angled silver picture frame along with original charcoal and graphite drawings.
For fine art photography and matted artwork on paper, consider the use of dark, neutral gray mats from our acid free archival mat selection, such as Before Dark 9598 and Pewter 9895. You might also try Fuzz 9612 with either Pewter 9895 or Before Dark 9598. For an earthy gray, try Rhino 9629 with Olive Branch 9532.