These frames are hand made from reclaimed tobacco sticks (see the story at vimeo.com/stevenpruitt/rww). The front is both finished and rustic and the back has been lightly sanded and finished with a hand rubbed tung-type oil.
I add dowels to each corner to make it extra strong so it will last. There are evident imperfections in the wood from its use for tobacco farming, but don't worry—these make them unique and beautiful. Frames can be tulip poplar, red oak, pine and sometimes hickory and white oak.
There are slots on the back for hanging it either vertically or horizontally, and there are holes for the included dowel so you can set it on a table. The glass is included, but I cannot guarantee that it will survive shipping. If you have difficulty removing the back, just loosen the small screws.
I can make almost any size, but the 5x7s look great.