MCS Dakota Wood Shadow Box Series, Wood Picture Frame 8x10" With a 5x7" Opening Photograph, 5/8" Width, Color: Black.

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MCS : Picture 1 regular $9.95

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Ideal for arts and crafts, dried flowers and memorabilia. Easy-to-use. Offered in Black, Maple, and Walnut. 5x7 thorugh 16x20 including 9x20

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Reviewed by 2 customers

 
4.0

Hard to find good boxes

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from Maine

Good quality, I use this to put 3d art in. I do replace the glass with UV quality since my art is fiber. Sometimes I take the mat out as well.. Easy to get in & out of. Nice finish, more of a matte, not too shiny. Price is really great. They ship pretty quick. Wish they came in more sizes. I could use some smaller and some deeper.

 
4.0

Still a great frame at a great price

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from Keene, NH  -  Pro Photographer

I'm a fiber artist, not a photographer. I use these frames as shadow box display for my work, and they are GREAT! I love that everything is included--quality mat, backer, WOOD spacer, real glass--for [$]. The wood spacer can be positioned for mat-front/artwork back, or mat & artwork back, for two different depth options.It can't get any better than this!Well, it could, actually. I wish the backer board (with horizontal, vertical hanging options AND easel back for table top display) were black instead of kraft paper brown. And I prefer the older, narrower frame face (not sure of the technical term, but it used to be narrower, which I think made for a more elegant look.)

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Shopper  Can this item be used without the glass? I'm planning to frame something rather pointy. Thanks!
STEPHANIE C  Yes. You will probably want to take the mat out also.. There is a wooden piece inside as well that you may not need. It all comes apart separately.
Rachel P  How deep is this frame? I want to frame an embroidery piece with a clock in it, so I need clearance of around 1" between the back of the frame and the glass for the clock hands.
Rachel P  Thanks Stephanie - I don't need quite an inch, so this looks good - I'll give it a try :)
Rachel P  How deep is this frame? I want to frame an embroidery piece with a clock in it, so I need clearance of around 1" between the back of the frame and the glass for the clock hands.
Rachel P  Thanks Stephanie - I don't need quite an inch, so this looks good - I'll give it a try :)
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