Manhattan Frames in Natural Steel

Frames as shown: (top) 11x14 off-center, 5x7 centered, 8x10 off-center, 5x7 off-center; (bottom) 8x10 centered, 11x14 centered.



11x14 Centered Frame

26"w .5"d 26"h

11x14 Off-Center Frame

26"w .5"d 26"h

8x10 Centered Frame

20"w .5"d 20"h

8x10 Off-Center Frame

20"w .5"d 20"h

5x7 Centered Frame

13"w .5"d 13"h

5x7 Off-Center Frame

13"w .5"d 13"h
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Product Details

Add a bold, industrial look to your walls with Manhattan frames, which are hand-welded in a family-owned metalworking shop in Minnesota. Large in scale, these frames provide a geometric, graphic touch and a unique setting for your photos or artwork. These frames feature the distinctive marks, texture and significant color variations characteristic of natural steel. No two frames are exactly alike. Manhattan frames provide a high-impact display, whether hung vertically or horizontally, individually or in groups.

  • Features: hangs horizontal or vertical
  • Wall Mounting: notch
  • Glazing Material: glass
  • Product Origin: made in Minnesota
  • Item Numbers:
    11x14 Centered Frame (26"w .5"d 26"h)
    11x14 Off-Center Frame (26"w .5"d 26"h)
    8x10 Centered Frame (20"w .5"d 20"h)
    8x10 Off-Center Frame (20"w .5"d 20"h)
    5x7 Centered Frame (13"w .5"d 13"h)
    5x7 Off-Center Frame (13"w .5"d 13"h)
  • Material: natural steel See full material details
  • Finish: lacquer
  • Material Description: Our natural steel is domestically sourced from 99% recycled raw materials and hand-selected for consistent color and texture. Hand-welding can create unique markings, as well as color change, due to the heating and shaping of the steel. Subtle variations in color, along with the individuality of each craftsmans work, ensure that no two pieces are alike.

List of parts

  • Manhattan Frame

Tools needed

  • hammer
  • common nail


  1. Place the frame face down on a flat, protected surface.
  2. Slide the back board from the frame. (Figure 1)
  3. Position your image in the mat window opening. Optional: Secure image with tape to keep it from shifting.
  4. Insert the backing board into the frame.
  5. Hammer the nail 3/4 of the way into desired wall location and hang frame so it's flush against the wall, positioning frame on built-in notch for extra stability.
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