Borough Frames in Natural Steel

Detail of Borough picture frames in kitchen
Artisan Crafted by
Bell Manufacturing

8x10 Frame

Product dimensions: 13.5"w .5"d 11.5"h
$89.00

5x7 Frame

Product dimensions: 8.5"w .5"d 10.5"h
$69.00
$69 - $89
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Timeless in style, our Borough frames are crafted from steel in a family-run Minnesota metalworking shop. Distinctive marks, texture and significant color variations are characteristic of natural steel and no two frames are exactly alike. The shatterproof acrylic insert is secured with magnets, making it easy to change your photos or artwork as often as you’d like. Curate a gallery wall with several frames or use one on its own for a simple display.

Artisan Crafted by:
Bell Manufacturing

This Minneapolis workshop is run by a brother-and-sister duo that carry on their family tradition of superior steel craftsmanship. Skilled metalworkers drill, form and weld carefully selected materials to create beautiful, durable steel pieces.

  • Frame Width: 2"w
  • Construction: hand-welded with laser-cut opening; shatterproof plexiglass insert secured by magnets
  • Features: hangs horizontal or vertical
  • Wall Mounting: built-in notch provides stability, hangs on anchored screw
  • Includes: screw, drywall anchor
  • Considerations: pull plexiglass inserts straight apart, taking care not to slide magnets across surface; if mounting to a surface other than drywall, alternative hardware may be necessary; consult a professional with questions
  • Care: wipe with damp cloth, dry immediately; clean insert with plexiglass cleaner sprayed onto cloth
  • Product Origin: made in Minnesota
  • Material Origin: United States
  • Item Numbers:
    774787
    8x10 Frame (13.5"w .5"d 11.5"h)
    711715
    5x7 Frame (8.5"w .5"d 10.5"h)
  • Material: natural steel
  • Finish: lacquer
  • Material Description: Our recycled natural steel is sustainably sourced in the U.S. 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 craftsperson's work, ensure that no two pieces are alike.
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