Umbra Prisma 4"x 6" Frame - Brass
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Umbra Prisma 4"x 6" Frame - Brass


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Add new dimension to your photo displays with this prismatic, 4x6 brass wire frame, in which a photo floats between two panes of glass. Designed by Sung Wook Park, this innovative frame can alternately sit on the desk or be hung on the wall. Comes in gift packaging.

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Product dimensions:6.5" H × 8.75" W × 3.1" LShipping dimensions:7.62" H × 21.59" W × 16.26" LShipping weight:1.26 lbs.Colour:BrassSize:4x6UPC:028295422581

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modern, simple and lovely. My boyfriend bought me this and I love it. If you like modern decorative objects, this frame is perfect. Will be buying more to complete the set. Also, I love that you can use is both horizontally and vertically - very practical and continent. So modern and simple - can't go wrong with this!
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great great great, so post-modern LOVE the design, it's like a piece of art. Yes you definitely have to be careful when changing pictures, however, with that in mind, the picture, once in the frame, does not slide, which is a BIG plus. Also, I purchased the bigger frame and it's great to put in dried flowers, or ticket stubs from travelling. Would definitely recommend this- would be a great gift as well!
Date published: 2015-02-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Love it but be careful! bought this frame in store, really really love it unfortunately I moved it last evening and the top back cut through my thumb (really deep and sharp!) and then it tumbled out of my hand and the glass broke even though it was kept in tact within the frame. Getting it replaced but just putting out a warning to be careful when handling, the rim at the back of the frame top and bottom are sharp.
Date published: 2014-11-27