Picture frames in the Arts and Crafts style are traditionally made using mortise and tenon corner joints which are held together with square hardwood pegs, assuring that the frame will hold together for a very long time, very possibly for generations. The pegs are made of a contrasting color wood and become an interesting construction feature (see joint detail photo). In the frame pictured the frame members are Danish oil finished quarter sawn red oak. Other wood choices available. The pegs shown are oiled cherry. Frames can be made in a wide range of sizes. The frame pictured, for example, has a live opening of 14 by 18 inches. Frames can be supplied with or without glazing. We recommend a non-glare, either glass or acrylic, material for best viewing regardless of room lighting. (Photo shown in frame is for example only). Pricing depends on overall size and special features.