C.1737 Architectural Elevations of Stately Homes Frames
This beautiful print refers to a great architectural elevation engraving from the 1700s.
Belford Hall is a Grade I listed building, an 18th-century mansion house situated at Belford, Northumberland.
The Manor of Belford was acquired by the Dixon family in 1726, and in 1752 Abraham Dixon built a mansion house in a Palladian style to a design by architect James Paine.
Cowick Hall is a 17th-century Georgian country house in the town of Snaith, located between the villages of East and West Cowick, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
Printed and framed in-house in the classical style elongated frames.
- All prints are digitally restored and republished originals.
- They are printed on archival-grade paper with fine art inks.
- Mounted with a white conservation grade Daler Rowney mountboard.
All frames are made from solid wood
A classic black and gold frame.
Frame width: 60mm
A flat slimline version of our classic Oxford frame.
Frame width: 43mm
All frame prints are made with glass. If you require acrylic please get in touch with us.