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Holds 5\" x 7\" Photo in a 7.5\" x 9.5\" entirely Original Handcrafted and Hand-Etched Frame.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eAll of this Artisan's scrimshaw is hand-etched, without the use of patterns, stencils or power tools, in traditional black ink. 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The art was born aboard American whaling ships in the late 1700s to mid-1800s.  Sailors, who often spent three to five years on a single voyage, would wile away their hours of idleness between catches by etching or carving gifts for their loved ones at home. Some of these items were also used to barter for goods in ports around the world.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eMost ivory-bearing animals are now protected by law in the United States. Materials such as ancient mastadon, deer antler, cow bone, horn, shell and some synthetics such as polymer are currently used. Thus, the early American art of scrimshaw is preserved, and so are earth's animals.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cstrong\u003e\u003cspan style=\"text-decoration: underline;\"\u003eCare of your Pinebough Picture Frame\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/strong\u003e: Do not expose it to salt water, extreme heat, chlorine, or direct sunlight for extended periods. 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Pinebough Picture Frame

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Outstanding and Award-winning Pinebough Picture Frame done in the traditional American craft of Scrimshaw over a pieced Herringbone pattern. Holds 5" x 7" Photo in a 7.5" x 9.5" entirely Original Handcrafted and Hand-Etched Frame.

All of this Artisan's scrimshaw is hand-etched, without the use of patterns, stencils or power tools, in traditional black ink. Each piece is truly a work of art. Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipment. We also offer custom designs on this product. Email us through the Golden Contact Tab on the RoughshodRibboniere.com Home Page.

This Artisan's work has been selected for the Early American Life magazine for 22 years, with judges' comments as follows: "The work is technically superb and well-done," "Expertly executed," and "Museum quality Scrimshaw done the historically correct way that the original work was done by sailors on ships, using the same tools and methods."

Equally as impressive, the Artisan's work has been specifically requested for decoration on the National Christmas Tree Display in Washington, D.C. for six years.

Scrimshaw, one of the few arts originated by Americans, is the etching or carving of whale teeth, bone, or other natural materials. The art was born aboard American whaling ships in the late 1700s to mid-1800s.  Sailors, who often spent three to five years on a single voyage, would wile away their hours of idleness between catches by etching or carving gifts for their loved ones at home. Some of these items were also used to barter for goods in ports around the world.

Most ivory-bearing animals are now protected by law in the United States. Materials such as ancient mastadon, deer antler, cow bone, horn, shell and some synthetics such as polymer are currently used. Thus, the early American art of scrimshaw is preserved, and so are earth's animals.

Care of your Pinebough Picture Frame: Do not expose it to salt water, extreme heat, chlorine, or direct sunlight for extended periods. Rub occasionally with a light, colorless oil (i.e. baby oil or vegetable oil) to maintain luster.

See more of this Artisan's work: Spring Eternal Dogwood Flower Mirror, Recycled Vintage Synthetic Piano Key Bookmark

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