Alpine Frames

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Alpine Frames
Alpine Frames is listed in the Picture Frame Dealers category in Spokane, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alpine Frames which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alpine Frames on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 60.

Contact information for Alpine Frames is:
14816 E Farwell Rd
Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 922-4825
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Own a piece of history. Chicago Cubs capture first World Series title since 1908. Framed and double matted in team colors. Measures 16x20. Any excited Cubbie fans out there? Sells for $95.

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"Still posting after all these years". Hard to believe but I have been in the framing business now for 31 years as of January 2016. As people enjoy the summer at lake homes and cabins, it may be time to add some new framed decor. Pictured is a ceramic tile canoe, matted and shadow boxed in a distressed 3 1/2 inch pine frame selling for $45. Also pictured are 3 1/2 inch pine ready made frames (8 x10, 11x14, and 16x20) ranging from $20 to $45 including glass.

Alpine Frames added 2 new photos.
These are two pictures of a matted and framed original batik watercolour by Andy Alfoldy of Canyon, B.C. The watercolour is done on acid free layered tissue paper. Very vivid in color and unique style of batik. The piece measures 25 by 35 and is double matted and framed in antique gold. Selling from my shop for $95.

Maybe the outhouse photograph doesn't fit your decor. Any bycycle fans out there? 16x20 framed photo. This matted and framed photograph was taken at a bed and breakfast during a stay in Ireland. Individual prints also available. Happy cycling.

FOR THOSE WHO REMEMBER. "A Simpler Time" 16x20 matted/framed B&W photographic print There are still a few of us who had the experience. And all of us who have, also have at least one good story. Admit it and be proud. Captured this a few yars ago at the Peone Prairie cemetary. May still be in use?