FRAZER AND HAWS PRESENTS CLASSIC SILVER PLATED TEXTILE INSPIRED PHOTO FRAMES

To create a contemporary living space, it’s important to choose the right home décor accessories. Nowadays, styling your home is all about creating a simple yet stylish look that makes a great visual impact. Photo frames have always been an important decorative accessory when it comes to designing a beautiful modern space as it keeps your memories intact.

Photo frames from Frazer & Haws are silver plated with colour etching and are influenced by various themes such as Warli, Phulkari, Block printing & more. With these Photo framers from Frazer & Haws, you can frame your treasured memories forever.

Enhanced by a perfect combination of luxury, quality and uniqueness, the frames by Frazer and Haws are bound to glorify your living space. These are a perfect treat for yourself and a great gift for your loved ones.

Price:

  • Photo frame Silver plated Silver Bust – Rs.11900
  • Photo frame Silver plated Matsya – Rs. 8900
  • Photo frame Silver plated Patanga – Rs. 11300
  • Photo frame Silver plated Ambi in Blue  – Rs. 10800
  • Photo frame Maayur fan (plated) – Rs. 10800
  • Photo frame Vadya Rs 11800

Available at: 11, Main Market, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi 110003.

Tel: 7643020202

 Crown House, A 265, Defence Colony, New Delhi-110024

Tel: 7644020202

 17 & 18, UGF, Bhikaji Cama Bhawan, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi 110066.

Tel: 7645020202

 Website: www.frazerandhaws.com

 

About Frazer and Haws:

 Silver from the terrene of purity, Frazer and Haws is a 150-year-old British heritage brand that contributes to creating heritage pieces which are Art in Silver. Frazer and Haws pride itself for being the first choice of the crème de la crème. Their clientele includes The Prince of Wales, The Maharaja of Nepal, other heads of state and notable families around the world. What distinguishes them from others are their limited edition original designs, all of which are hallmarked with the purity of 92.5% sterling silver. They are the only international silversmiths in the country to produce contemporary fusion designs by combining various materials like metal, wood and stone.

 The accomplished skills have bolstered Frazer and Haws to serve the needs of the baronial and the imperial guests that enlist Queen Victoria, Queen Mary, Mrs. and Mr. Winston Churchill, Edwina – Countess Mountbatten, Admiral Lord Nelson, Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Queen Alexandra and Edward VII, Vita Sackville, Yash Chopra, Rani Mukherjee etc. Frazer and Haws have set a precedent in the world of meticulously crafted silverware.

To set a benchmark in the world of crafted masterpieces, the ancestral expertise of the skilled kaarigars has played a vital role. They are specially trained in London and the work is carried out at a renowned workshop in New Delhi. All Frazer and Haws products have three unique marks punched on the surface. Known as ‘hallmarks’ these guarantee the content of the silver used in the item. The Frazer and Haws hallmark is registered with the Hall of Assays in London. Hallmarking, first introduced in 1300, has acted as a safeguard to gold and silver purchasers ever since. It is one of the most important forms of consumer protection and now also covers platinum. The first mark is the ‘Sponsor’s Mark’ indicating the product’s manufacturer. The second is the ‘Standard Mark’ denoting the precious metal content of the alloy from which the item is made. The last one, ‘Date Letter’ shows the year in which the article was hallmarked.

With a purity of 92.5% sterling silver, there is a wide agglomeration of masterpieces which epitomize the significance of the Indian tradition and the cultural values in our lives. There is a wide range of splendid timepieces, paperweights, key rings, photo frames, cardholders and much more to choose from. The magnificent designs give a royal ambience to your decor. There are various other things like desk accessories, Trophies & Mementos, Bar Accessories, Serveware, Desk accessories and wall art in silver. Frazer and Haws are also adroit at making ‘Bespoke’ pieces. The artistry of handcrafting fine quality silver constitutes 999 silver ingots smelted in-house into 92% of pure silver sheets, 24-carat gold gilding and 8-12 microns silver plating. Talking about the quality, the purity of the silver is tested many times using the international industry standard assay testing Fischer Scope OS from Germany, before it is hallmarked. The silverware is handled so meticulously that even the packaging is done with a carefully selected paper that ensures complete safety and no scratches.

Frazer and Haws has not just given a new definition to authenticity and creativity in silver but has also refashioned an era of silver by quintessentially marrying it with royalty and divinity