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William West Photography

20x24 Sword Gate House Framed

20x24 Sword Gate House Framed

Regular price $305.90 USD
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Original Photography by William Pierce West. Custom Printed and framed to order.

Price includes a Luster Print mounted on 1/4" Foamboard and inserted into the frame. Each frame is finished with black paper backing and either a wire hanger for larger sizes or a sawtooth hanger for sizes 11x14", 12x12" or smaller.

Frame Size: 20x24

Paper: Photo printed on Luster Paper

Mount: 1/4” Foam Board

Mat: 16x20 Single Mat (White)

Glass: Acrylic

Frame: Black Box

Paper

PAPER

Luster surface is great for traditional printing and produces vivid color and excellent flesh tones. This paper is a traditional favorite for wedding, portrait and commercial photographers.

Mounts

Artboard Dry Mount (Paper Print) - A rigid backing for mounting inside a frame.

Framed Photographic Prints larger than 12x12" are finished with a wire hanger; 12x12" and smaller prints include a sawtooth hanger. All Framed Photographic Prints are sealed with a black paper backing.

Frame

Our Classic Box Frames are made with genuine natural wood. These handcrafted frames have a rich grain and slight variations in finish.

Box Classic Wood Frame

Frame facia is 0.75” wide. 

The box depth is 1.375”.

Shipping & Returns

CUSTOM PRINTED PRINTS

We offer FREE shipping on all orders of $35 or more for all domestic orders. For orders under $35 we offer Standard Ground shipping for a flat fee of $10.00.

Please Note: Our products are custom printed to order and are not eligible for return. 

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What in the world?

Earthquake rods are long pieces of iron several inches in diameter that are inserted through the walls of buildings to reinforce them. 

Often called “earthquake bolts,” these iron reinforcement rods commonly were incorporated into buildings in Charleston and elsewhere before the great earthquake. Their initial purpose, however, usually was to safeguard against gales and hurricanes rather than to protect from the rending and wrenching of earthquakes.

Owners who objected to seeing unadorned rod ends on the exteriors of their buildings  capped them with cast-iron decorations depicting such objects as stars, concentric circles,  lion heads,  diamonds, s’s, v’s, x’s, and crosses.

And you guessed it, they are a favorite object that I like to capture.

  • Printed To Order

    Each of our photos are custom printed to order. Our average turnaround time is 2-4 days.

  • Free Shipping

    Regularly $10.00, Standard Shipping is FREE for domestic orders with a sales total of $35 or more.