From my own hands may I offer this upcycled celluloid picture frame from the 1930s. The frame is an easel style with an oval section for adding a picture or photo. Precisely what I did was decorate the oval up a little with some rayon ribbon, some pearls and some glitter. At the top I added a repro die cut of an angel. The image currently seen is that of a young lady in First Communion garb. You can leave it in or take it out or simply cover it over with your own photo. There is no glass and the image slides in from the side.
Size: Height is 6" - width at the widest part is 3-3/4". Image opening is 3" x 1-5/8".
Final Comments: Interesting celluloid items are so hard to find and this lovely frame is no exception!