4 x 6 Sign Holder for Tabletop, with Magnetic Lens, Curved - Silver

Silver Picture Frame With 4"w x 6"h Curved Shape
Media Size: 4" x 6"
5.5" x 8.5" 8" x 11.5" 11" x 17"
Color: Silver
  • Curved design to add an upscale style to your printed graphics
  • Silver finish accentuates any setting
  • Magnetic, "lift up" frame allows you to make quick graphic changes
  • Clear, non-glare lens to prevent damage from occurring
$9.64 / Each (USD)
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Description

Picture Frame in Silver Convex Design Features Magnetic Closure, Displays 4" x 6" Graphics

This picture frame incorporates a contemporary, curved design. The curved style allows for this silver picture holder to stand out in any setting. This picture frame also incorporates a magnetic, "lift up" lens for fast graphic changes. To exchange your images, lift up the clear, non-glare lens, and place the prints in the back of the lens. We provide the picture frame with a non-glare lens to stop reflection and damage from occurring.

This picture frame, also recognized as a sign holder, is engineered to be utilized as a countertop display. This picture frame is fabricated from rugged aluminum, and can display 4"w x 6"h prints. This countertop display can be utilized for any form of advertising, or even for personal use. The photo holder, picture frame promotes pictures, menus, cards and notices. This picture frame is a perfect advertising instrument to showcase your prints in a fashionable method.

Specifications

SKU DMCT46SV
Overall Width x Height x Depth 8.9" x 7.0" x 3.0"
Viewable Width x Height 4.0" x 5.3"
Material Metal
Color Silver
Placement Style Counter / Tabletop
Media Size 4" x 6"
Orientation Portrait
Loading or Door Style Magnetic
Features Curved

Ordering Information

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Minimum Order Quantity
We are unable to accept orders for less than 5 units.

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