Jacaranda Shadow Box frames
We salvaged the timber from a Jacaranda tree a few years ago in Sydney. Attracted by the fragrance and the beautiful grain, we saved whatever we could and waited for them to dry.
Exquisite Design and Craftmanship
We matched these Jacaranda frames with Tasmanian Blackwood on the inside rim as well as the 3 spline pins on each corner; the pins are used to fasten the frames. Making a Shadow Box frame is a challenge, due to the thin inner layer that has to be made precise to fit into the outside frame. Luckily we have also managed to retain its original live edge on one of these frames.
Shadow frame is a style of frame that you can display artifacts, momento, or keepsake due to its depth. It gives some visual distance when a flat piece of artwork is displayed, which makes it quite interesting.
Tasmanian Myrtle Frames
This piece of timber came from a timber collector from our Tasmanian journey to the North West when we visited the birthplace of the beautiful trees and forests. We love the unique orange colour of Tasmanian Myrtle, and its silky touch and feel. But the unique grain of this piece of timber allows us to create a pair of very fine and unusual frames, great for an anniversary, weddings, or housewarming gifts.
Available as 8×10″ frame or 5×7″ frame.
Tasmanian Blackwood Frame
Just like the Myrtle frames, this piece of timber also came from our Tasmanian North West journey. Blackwood is a very popular furniture timber choice. Due to its strong mature colour as well as smoothness, many great furniture makers like to use it.
The natural shine and beauty of the grain, combined with the craftsmanship make this frame a statement piece for your desk, coffee table, reception; or just fine for anniversary or weddings gifts.