Fortune Photo Frame
Wooden photo frame with glass back makes photos, collages, dried flowers, ... appear to float.
From the wood of the “Fortune Tree” Paulownia (Kiri).
The effect is great – the concept simple. Place your picture between the front and back glass panes, fix them together with the narrow wooden frame at the back and youʼre done. Hanging is just as easy: Display horizontally or vertically – the black hanging cord along the frame allows either. Plus, you can hang the frame straight with just one movement.
Reframe in an instant over and over again.
Whether itʼs a collage of autumn leaves or petals, your childʼs first self-painted, Christmas craft project, a snapshot of your holiday or certificates and diplomas: The frame displays your most cherished memories beautifully.
The wall seen through the double glass sheets frames the object just like a picture mount.
The more delicate the object or the smaller the picture, the more it seems to float. Particularly beautiful against coloured and patterned walls.
The wood comes from the Paulownia tree (Kiri) – a symbol of fortune and fertility in Japan.
Size 32.6 x 39.7 x 1.9cm (12.8" x 15.6" x 0.7"). Weight approx. 1.1kg (2.4 lbs). Available in two colours, including a wooden knob (to conceal the nail). Design: Sung Wook Park.
According to legend, the Ho-oh bird (a symbol for the rebirth of the soul) can only be found in a Kiri tree (Paulownia). Therefore by planting this tree, the bird that brings luck is enticed. If the child later has his own offspring, the tree is cut down and a cradle is built using the wood.