WWI Memorial Frame

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WWI Memorial Frame

Postby Smiffy » Sat Oct 31, 2015 10:41 pm

We were recently contracted to make a frame to display a series of medals and the names of each serviceman who lost their life in WWI, who had been educated for the particular private college that it is now displayed in.

We sourced everything that you can see in the picture - and the end result is absolutely fantastic. It stands at almost 8' tall!

We used toughened glass - not too sure that 2mm float would have quite done the trick! lol
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Re: WWI Memorial Frame

Postby sable filbert » Sat Nov 07, 2015 6:34 am

Well done, looks good in place.
And fills a "corner" to boot!

(or rather NOT to boot!)
:D
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