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Malden International Designs Burl Wood Document Frame, Holds 8.5 by 11-Inch Certificate
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- Holds one 8.5x11 Certificate
- A perfect way to display your diploma or degree, certificate or license
- Easel back for tabletop display
- Wipes Clean
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Size : 8.5 by 11-inch
Transform the look of your home, office or dorm with this modern document frame. This frame is a great way to display all of your hard work with your accomplishments and credentials. With its simple yet modern design, it can be combined with other frames for a unique look. This item comes individually boxed which makes it perfect for a gift. For three generations Malden International Designs has been a family owned business, starting out in a small brick mill building in Malden Massachusetts. Since that time, they have grown into a leader of tabletop frames, wall frames and photo albums.
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I would definitely recommend!
I am dropping this by a star due to the hanging hardware of the picture... You have to use two screws to hang this on the wall. It is held by two metal triangle pieces that are on the backing portion of the picture. This does then put all the weight on the small tabs that are holding this backing to the frame. But... the worst part is that whoever put the triangles on was not precise at all and you have to take VERY careful measurements to make sure that this actually goes on level.
Not the best.... and I am amazed that they did it this way! I guess it is cheaper for them. You could always tie a string between the two points as well if you chose.
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I do think it is indeed a walnut frame, merely a very thin wood veneer pressure laminated with a glossy protective coating. There are subtle indications of this along the graining, which solid plastic framing wouldn't have, being slightly opaque white streaks over the grains from the lamination process. These steaks aren't particularly noticeable unless close and in good lighting, yet nevertheless is what makes me say this is technically wood. LOL
Still, for the price, makes sense.
A true 8x10 opening with a rather nice hinged backing, which I also show in my video.
All in all, I do think this is an attractive frame, worth the price (the backing is certainly superior to other cheap frames I have purchased in the past), but definitely take note of the frame construction if you are looking for a non-glossy, open and bare wood framing.