Convex Bubble Glass Charcoal Portrait

Opera House

(No reviews yet) Write a Review
Usually ships within 1-3 days
Adding to cart… The item has been added

Charcoal portrait of a young woman; in a wood, plaster & glass frame

Convex bubble glass frames were costly & considered a sign of wealth in the Victorian era. Charcoal enhanced photographs were popular early 1800's-1930's; They were a hand-drawn version of the modern day photoshop & airbrushing.

Good condition for it's age, with some small plaster chipping, see photos

Mid-Late 1800's

Frame measurements 

Inner Frame 


Our products are antique and/or: one-of-a-kind, handmade, repurposed. You will find multiple imperfections on every item, called patina. Rusty, crusty, chippy and dusty are qualities that make these pieces beautiful. Due to the nature of these special pieces we do not accept returns. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to reach out.