With a chamfered sight edge and “mason’s miter” at each corner, the No. 1000 brings much of the visual benefit of the mitered frame—the joint seam directing the eye into the picture—to a mortise-and-tenon frame. As with all Mortise-and-Tenon frames, the pinning of the joints can be articulated with different corner treatments. View corner treatment options...
WIDTHS: 1″ and wider. (Members can have different widths.)
WOODS: Available in any wood.