A 19th century gilt metal picture frame
Lot 124
A 19th century gilt metal picture frame
Sold for AU$ 122 (US$ 113) inc. premium
Lot Details
A 19th century gilt metal picture frame
with putti and urns on a silk ground surmounted by ribbon tied quiver of arrows and a flaming torch, 32cm(12.5) high
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