historically framing and presentation ambrotypes

replica of historic box

step by step:
1. making a wooden box. (It’s made from 4mm plywood – it’s not exactly historically correct, but
gives some impression of natural and solid box).

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2. preparing the metal cover. I used old book-binder press to emboss the shape of frame.

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3. Embossing an ornament

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4. Putting elements together.

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