Crystoleum Picture in Gold Painted Frame Antique Victorian c 1900

Mike Loveday


A beautiful and playful Victorian Crystoleum print set within its original gold painted frame. The crystoleum process was a method of applying colour to an albumen print, popular from c. 1880 – c. 1910. An albumen print was pasted face down to the inside of a concave piece of glass therefore giving a domed effect to the picture. This is a beautiful example. some damage to frame, please see photographs.

Dimensions - 21.5 x 17 cm (8.4 x 6.6 inches)

Weight - 302 grams - 10.7 ounces