- Product Details
A dignified and elegant way to celebrate the life of a loved one, this Personalised Black Photo Frame - Dove Design makes for a marvellous memorial.
Ideal for showing a friend or relative who's suffered a bereavement that you’re there for them, they're sure to love receiving this beautiful frame with a photo of their dearly departed popped within.
Skilfully and lovingly produced, each frame includes a useful fold out stand at the back and boasts an understated yet attractive black finish.
To suit either landscape or portrait photos, the frame is offered in either orientation and also comes in separate sizes to suit either 7" x 5" or 6" x 4" photos.
Keeping things simple yet striking, an elegant white dove is always printed at the very top of the frame and can then immediately be followed by short script of your own choosing.
Further text tailored to your own wishes can then be expertly added toward the bottom of the frame, and is ideal for a heartfelt message or dedication.
- Classic personalised black photo frame
- Printed wooden frame
- Available in portrait or landscape
- Available for 6x4 and 7x5 photos
- Expertly printed with your message
- 7x5 frame dimensions approx. 7x5 H: 24cm W: 19cm D: 1.5cm
- 6x4 frame dimensions approx. 6x4 H: 21cm W: 16m D: 1.5cm
- Delivery & Returns
2nd Class Mail:
Sent via 2nd Class Royal Mail: £3.99.
The delivery timescale is 2-3 working days.
1st Class Mail:
Sent via 1st Class Royal Mail: £4.99.
The delivery timescale is 1-2 working days.
Next Working Day (when available)
Orders received by 3:00 pm Monday to Friday sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
Saturday (when available)
Orders received by 3:00 pm sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
The delivery timescale is approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch: £9
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Wednesday, 11 April 2018 (by Carole chatwin)