Framing is a great way to keep precious objects safe, but you may want access to them in the future. Stacking frames is a unique and stylish way to show off your keepsakes, while still allowing physical contact with the item. You can also use this method to switch out various objects on a rotating basis to keep your design fresh.
A narrow shadowbox frame is joined inside out to form a box that the object will be placed in.
The top frame is joined as usual to form the front of the shadow box.
This frame is also attached sideways to the face to form a deep box around the bottom frame.
The top two frames can now be lifted off to remove or replace the item.
This piece is framed with museum glass for optimum clarity and reduced glare.