Gold Baroque style frame favor from Fashioncraft®
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Add a dramatic opulent effect to your event's seating arrangements with this Baroque style frame finished in ornate gold.
A grand event demands grand table decor and your guests will be honoured to find their seating arrangements marked by these stunning place card frames.
The frame is made from molded poly resin and hand painted in a beautiful gold finish. It features an ornate Baroque openwork design of swirls and twirls with a 2" x 2 5/8" opening for a photo or place card. The back of the frame has a black craft paper hinged easel with black tabs for easy insertion of your placecard or photo.
This design is a classic that will enhance any grand occasion and remains a firm favorite with discerning buyers looking for that special favor.
- Size is 3 3/4"x 3 3/4"
- Vintage Baroque style frame
- Made from molded poly resin
- Beautiful intricately scrolled Baroque design
- Gold finish
- Central photo window holds a 2" x2 5/8" photo or place card
- Black craft paper hinged easel back with black tabs for easy insertion of photo or place card
- Individually packaged in a white box
- Blank place card included
- Creates an opulent setting on your event tables and makes a great favor!
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