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These are bigger size frames, in the size of 20×30″, made from different timbers. Currently they are available in Beech, Silky Oak and African Mahogany, but you can have one custom made.  Due to the size of these frames, we will use plexiglass to ensure their safety during shipping. Choose one that matches your furniture or interior décor or contact us to have one made.

Internal Dimension (approximate): 500 x745mm (or 20 x 30” with 15×23” mat)

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Type of Wood

African Mahogany, Beech, Silky Oak

About our Wood


Beech is a popular choice for flooring, furniture, veneer plywood. It is a hard, strong and heavy wood. It has a fine, tight grain and even texture. Usually a pale yellow/brown colour which gives your room a warm feeling. With its smooth finish it is a great wood to polish, while it is a strong wood to withstand shocks and wear.

Silky Oak

This broad leave evergreen tree is native to Eastern Australia. It grows fast when young, but considerably slows down later. It grows preferably in rain forests, but occasionally also in subtropical and dry forests, as it can withstand drought but not frost. This hardwood is relatively soft and light, but has figuring that resembles lace, hence lacewood. It is used for building fine furniture, and musical instruments, particularly guitars. It used to be common also for external window joinery before the advent of aluminum.

African Mahogany

This beautiful hardwood is durable and has a light to deep reddish-brown colour. Home to West Africa, it is used in boat building, flooring, furniture, veneer, decorative work, cabinetry, window frames, plywood, and musical instruments, among others. Currently this priced tree is being grown in NT in plantations. Legend has it that an early botanist visiting Africa many years ago, saw this tree growing in a forest and asked his guide what it was called. The reply being ‘Khaya’ – which in the guide’s language meant ‘I don’t know’. The botanist, none the wiser, diligently wrote this down and the genus was named accordingly.