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There hasn't been one item that embodies the Victorian period better than this photo album. The shape of the album, a clam shell, illustrates the Victorians love for conchology. The oak branch and beetle, their love for nature, botany and entomology.
This album sits flat on a table and opens up revealing multiple pages of photo frames perfect for filling with photos of your loved ones. The interior pages are beautifully decorated with a clam shell pattern and alternate between square and oval frames.
The exterior is fashioned out of what used to be a plush velvet but most of the flocking has rubbed off leaving the woven backing. The fabric is stuffed with possibly cotton, similarly to how they used to finish chairs, giving the album almost a pillow-like quality. The album has a heavy duty brass closure.
Of course the most striking element of this album is the beautiful celluloid oak branch featuring three acorns nestled within the leaves. There is a sweet little beetle reaching for a leaf sitting a top a wooden plaque framing the word "Album."
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