This is the sort of thing only Capitalist Tools does. You may have seen a frame like this on your grandmother's piano. Very few of these frames have survived, but I found this one. It needed a little TLC - regluing tired joints - but I brought it back to life and went looking for the perfect portrait to display in it. I found this one of Nadia, and printed it in the sepia tones you would have found in a portrait from the 1940s. The second picture shows the back - I rotated it about 170 degrees. It can sit on your piano, a shelf, a mantel. It's a thing of beauty and a wonderful conversation piece.