Contemporary Stainless Steel Frames


The contemporary frames are made of 20GA mirror finish stainless steel.  Your picture is placed on the mirror finished side and your choice of up to four lines of text are placed on the brushed side.

The contemporary frames come in three sizes.

 Size Image Height   
 Cost
 Large 8 inches
$124.95
 Medium 5.3 inches
 $89.95
 Small 4 inches
 $74.95

Shipping charge additional.

Custom frame shapes and sizes can be accommodated. The maximum picture size is 16.5 by 10.5 inches. Contact us to discuss your custom needs.



Picture quality is key to a good image. For most cameras the resolution of the printed image should be 300 pixels per inch. For a large frame an 8 megapixel camera should produce a good image. For the medium frame use at least a 4 megapixel camera. For the smallest frame a 2 megapixel camera will work. If you have a camera with three chips or a Foveon sensor your resolution can be less (Sigma SD9, SD10, SD14, SD15, DP1 or DP2 can work for any frame size).



Contact Info:

E-mail:  info@ModernFerrotype.com.

Phone:  919-360-8687





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Christmas Ornaments


The ornaments are made of 20GA mirror finish stainless steel.  Your picture is placed on the mirror finished side and "2008" and "Christmas" are placed on the brushed side.  The ornament includes a decorative hook.

The Christmas ornaments come in three shapes.

 Shape  Image Height   
 Cost
 Angel  3.5 inches $24.95
 Tree  3.5 inches  $24.95
 Oval  3.5 inches
 $24.95

Shipping charge additional.



To Order: 

Send an email message to us at:  info@ModernFerrotype.com
Be sure to include:
Size of Frame and/or Shape of Ornament
Quantity
Your contact information (email, phone, shipping address)
Attach your high-quality image.


If you are a photographer, framer or other business person who deals in photography and would like to offer these products or custom products to your customers please contact us.



FAQs:

What is the Modern Ferrotype Process?

Where did the name and idea for Modern Ferrotype come from?

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Charles Fischer,
Apr 12, 2014, 10:29 AM
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