Some of you are following my work so I'll just keep posting it on this forum. I've always been kind of a solitary soul in my work so by sharing my work here I'll hopefully get some critiques, comments, or questions. This particular frame is out of Basswood and consists of a panel with a beaded band around the perimeter. The molding was made using my antique shaper plus a router, here's my blog post to explaining the process if you're interested: http://woodworksbyjohn.com/2016/03/03/faux-sgraffito/ The title, Faux Sgraffito was chosen because I thought it resembled that technique a little bit. Rather than etch through the finish my goal was to incise the design just deep enough so the composition gold would go in without faulting and then let the wash (Titanium white casein) get into those cuts to give an effect of sgraffito work. The sight size is 12" x 16", the red undercoat has been exposed in areas to celebrate the patina and age of the piece.