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Searching For brown shadowbox moulding

Discussion in 'Picture Framing Business Issues' started by JWB9999999, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. JWB9999999

    JWB9999999 SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

    Looking for the moulding in the photo. It's a shadowbox moulding, pretty thin at 5/8" across the top, 1 1/2" tall on the outside. Outside edge of the top is rounded. It's a nice shade of medium brown in the red tones. Framing was originally done somewhere in the north east of the US, far as I know, but I have no idea how long ago. Will end up needing around 8 feet of it I think. Anyone recognize it?


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  2. JWB9999999

    JWB9999999 SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

    ...and I meant to put this in the top forum, oops.
     
  3. Pat Murphey

    Pat Murphey SPFG, Supreme Picture Framing God

    It looks like LJ's 410CHR, that may be discontinued but available in a darker mahogany finish as 410MAH.
     
  4. David Waldmann

    David Waldmann SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

    Check out our #216 in Antique Cherry. It's only 1-1/4" tall, but we can do it as a Quick Custom by adding the 1/4 round to our #132 which is 1-1/2" tall. We could also do it with a smaller radius - looks like yours is 1/4" or maybe 3/8", whereas our standard one is 1/2".
     
  5. JWB9999999

    JWB9999999 SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

    This item was part of a set bought at auction, and of course, it is the only piece that broke. If we don't find an exact match, she may end up reframing all of the pieces in the set (don't remember how many that was). I will take a look at both LJ and Vermont and see. Thanks for the suggestions so far. :)

    David, I just checked the radius and it is indeed 1/4". And it may well be shade in the cherry family, on the darker side. Looking at the profile you linked, it really does look like your 216 in the antique cherry, except 1/4" taller.
     
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