Sungott Art Studios of New York was a high-end wall decor producer and all of their pieces were generally a cut above. This piece definitely showcases all of their strengths -- quality, detail and classic, timeless subject matter. Floral graphics on gold foil, highly ornate wood gilded frame is structurally sound with a few minor nicks, nothing major. Black matting appears to be reverse painted on the inside of the non-glare glass. Top-notch in every aspect.
22" W x 5.25" H x .75"
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