Lille Frames @ The Lyme Art Association's Third Annual Art Supply Expo

March 25, 2019 1 Comment

Lille Frames @ The Lyme Art Association's Third Annual Art Supply Expo

“Classic contemporary meets industrial chic.  The look of hand pulled metal mesh in trending metal finishes.” Meet Larson-Juhl’s Lille Collection! We have four finishes in Gold, Silver, Bronze and Pewter, plus you can choose between the 3” or the 2.5”.  Its elegant curved profile and textured finish give it a timeless look that we are excited to spotlight.  We love the high-end quality and affordability of this collection and we’re certain you will too. 

Wholesale Frame is stocked and ready to go for the Third Annual Art Supply Expo @ Lyme Art Association.  Come see these frames in person and much more April 6th from 10am-3pm.  Follow directions to 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT.  The event is free and open to the public.  With free hardware sample packs, custom aprons and lots of merchandise on hand you have nothing to lose but the chance to catch us outside of Meriden, taking in a weekend at the shore. See you there!




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Terry Eddy
Terry Eddy

March 28, 2019

Do you sell your frames with mats, glass and backings, so they can be used for watercolor paintings?

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