Dating a picture frame
Bees were symbolic of moral virtue, after all; they appeared to work extremely hard and produced something very desirable in the almost sugarless wastes of early Christian Europe; their largesse was open to everyone who lived where there were flowers, and didn’t have to be processed expensively and shipped around the world.
They were hymned in the Bible, where their honey was compared to the Word of God ; and when Samson found that bees had made a hive in the body of a lion that he had previously killed, he used it as a riddle, ‘out of the strong came forth sweetness’  (pinched by Lyle in the 19th century for its tins of honeyless golden syrup). x 11.5 cm), published by Crispijn de Passe the Elder; & detail.
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One of the things that can provide clues is the hair styles of the women in the picture, because just like today they changed hair styles.
While their hair would not be short, the type of bun, bangs or no bangs can provide hints to the age of the photograph.
There are pictures that used daguerreotype, glass plate, cabinet card, and the thickness of the cabinet card can also tell the age of the picture.
Looking at a picture and dating it, takes noticing all of the clues possible.
Many painters and photographers who work with canvas "gallery-wrap" their artwork, a practice wherein the image extends around the edges of the stretched canvas and therefore precludes use of a traditional picture frame, although a floater frame may be used.The frame along with its mounts protects and often makes the art look better.Art work framed well will stay in good condition for a long period of time.Complicated older frames are often made of moulded and gilded plaster over a plain wood base.Picture frames come in a variety of profiles, but generally the lengths of moulding feature a "lip" and rabbet, the function of which is to allow a space to hold in the materials in the frame.