Jay Strongwater Indigo Tulip Picture Frame, 5" x 7"

  • Indigo Tulip Picture Frame, 5" x 7"
  • Indigo Tulip Picture Frame, 5" x 7"
  • Indigo Tulip Picture Frame, 5" x 7"
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Jay Strongwater Indigo Tulip Picture Frame, 5" x 7"

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A spring bouquet of tulips and lily wraps around the Margery floral engraved frame; each blossom a full dimensional carving. cast in pewter, finished in 14K Gold, the frame itself is washed in a thin layer of shaded blue enamel to allow the gold floral pattern to shine through. The tulips and lily are delicately painted in a fresh palette of cream to cobalt enamels inspired by navy and white Chinese porcelains and accented with Swarovski® crystals. Each frame individually created by our finest artisans at the Jay Strongwater Rhode Island workshop. With our signature, pierced fleur-de-lis metal back plate and kick stand—this frame is truly beautiful from any view.
Details
  • Handcrafted frame made of pewter with a 24-karat gold finish.
  • Hand enameled and handset with Swarovski® crystals from Jay Strongwater Rhode Island workshop.
  • Stands vertically or horizontal.
  • Holds a 5" x 7" photo.
  • Overall: 10.75"W x 8.25"T.
  • Made in the USA of imported materials.
Designer
About Jay Strongwater:
Jay Strongwater's love of the elegant but vividly bejeweled objet—whether it's meant to rest on a tabletop or the graceful curve of a woman's neck—has led him on a journey through the worlds of fashion and home furnishings. He began his career while a student at the Rhode Island School of Design. After garnering raves for a necklace he'd made his mother, he took jewelry samples to open buyer days at some of New York's finest department stores, and soon a burgeoning business was born. At the age of 23, Strongwater met designer Oscar de la Renta, with whom he began to collaborate on jewelry designs for runway shows. The move to home accessories was delightfully serendipitous & organic. For the 1994 holiday season, Strongwater sent gifts of jewel-encrusted filigree picture frames to friends, fashion editors, and buyers, who immediately fell in love with the design. By 1998, his Jewels for the Home collection had supplanted his fashion business. In essence, Strongwater created his own niche: the jeweler turning his meticulous eye and art toward a world beyond a woman's wrists, neck, and ears.