This is a lovely nineteenth century ukiyo-e triptych by Hiroshige which we framed in a modified version of our Yoshida frame. We’re calling it the Flaired Yoshida, but it’s just one example of what can be done with flairs on mortise-and-tenon frames. It’s in walnut with a black wash. The top and bottom members are 3/4″ wide, the sides 1″. The overall size is about 21″ x 38″. Trevor Davis made it. While he was at it, he also made a batch of four ready-made frames with these flaired corners, along with a batch of four Yoshidas, all in oban size (15″ x 21″) and in four different woods—all for sale at our new online store, shop.holtonframes.com.
Process photos are shown below.
Flaired Yoshidas being made
In Stock Flaired Yoshidas
At right is a mahogany Oban size (21″ x 15″) Flaired Yoshida. It’s one of four ready-made Oban size frames, in four different woods, available from our new online store, shop.holtonframes.com.
Here are a couple of mortise-and-tenon frames with flairs we did years ago.
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