The decorative wooden frames were first introduced around the eleventeenth century. The decor frames are distinctive according to their historic styles, such as Renaissance, Mannerism, Victorian, Art Nouveau, Art deco, Louis XVI, and more. During the Renaissance period, the Tabernacle frame was popular between the 15th and 16th centuries, in accordance with the interior architecture of the time.
Gradually, a wide range of British Victorian styles was created featuring simpler molding and decoration. They were inspired by Louis frames but with an additional feature of adornment. Victorian frames were commonly made of wood, plaster, and compo of whiting, oil, and resin. However, archeologists believe that the making of ancient glass windows dates back to the first century.
At that time, glassblowing techniques were developed to create a number of hollow glass forms. However, the old methods were replaced with modern techniques in the Industrial Revolution period. Artist Glashütte Lamberts is widely recognized as the pioneer of the world's exceptional mouth-blown glass. Bidsquare brings you a variety of vintage and antique frames and windows for sale at online auctions.
Our auction collection features work by elite companies such as Cartier, Tiffany and Co, and many more. Each of the finest decorative frames and windows on sale has its own symbol and story.