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Wedgwood Photo Frames

Choosing the memories that we want to display around our home or office is just as important as choosing the right photo frames. Photo frames are decorative and can add more personality to our living spaces along with protecting our photos of loved ones from damage. Wedgwood make stunning photo frames that frame your memories in the way they deserve and are perfect for any home or office. Wedgwood freestanding photo frames come in different collections of styles and colours to choose from.

Vera Wang Collections

Famous fashion designer Vera Wang has worked with Wedgwood to produce beautiful and elegant photo frame collections. The Vera Wang With Love collection are simply stylish with combinations of silver plating, black enamel and gold finishing while the Vera Wang With Love Treasures collection is all about celebrating love with each frame featuring a gold heart charm and vibrant colour. A signature sterling bow is the main feature of the Vera Wang Love Knots range, and comes in silver or gold frames. If you are looking for a more simple style, the classic Vera Wang photo frames come in different sizes and either plain gold or silver.

Wonderlust

Wedgwood’s Wonderlust collection includes 4 by 6 inch photo frames using fine bone china. These six photo frames, Blue Pagoda, Camelia, Crimson Jewel, Oriental, Rococo and Yellow Tonquin, are unique designs that add a personal touch to your decor.

Different Frame Options

Wedgwood offer 5 by 7 inch and 2 by 3 inch silver plated double frames along with 3 by 5 inch triple folding frames. A special unique product in the Vera Wang collection is a double invitation frame measuring 5 by 7 inches that you can give to wedding or party invitation guests, featuring the invite and a photo.

For the Kid’s Room

Wedgwood has a selection of photo frames for your child’s bedroom that are silver plated so are less easy to break. Each frame is different, featuring either Peter Rabbit, London Bear, an infinity sign, or a bow.

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