Reclaimed Scottish Whisky Barrel Frame

By Whisky Frames

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Scottish whisky barrels are remade into reclaimed wood picture frames full of character. Handcrafted in Scotland (of course), each frame is one of a kind and finished with authentic touches, like original steel banding and traditional Harris Tweed. Curious about where your frame got its start? Each is numbered to trace it back to the barrel it once was.

  • Materials: Reclaimed oak, steel, plexi-glass, fixings
  • Care: Keep away from heat
  • Each frame holds a 4” x 6” photo
  • Peg can be placed to hold up the frame in either landscape or portrait orientation
  • Can be free standing or wall hung
  • Each frame is uniquely numbered to record the casks origin. Its history can be searched using the online Frame Origin Archive
  • Please note: As the frame is made from reclaimed weathered oak whisky casks, textures and overall dimensions will vary slightly. This will make your frame a “one of a kind”
  • Made in Scotland
  • Dimensions: Ring Chime: 9" x 10" x 1.5"; Bilge: 12" x 7" x 1.5"; Head Double: 22" x 9" x 1.5"
  • Weight: Ring Chime: 1.8 lbs; Bilge: 3 lbs; Head Double: 4 lbs

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8/17/2019 by Dianne

I LOVE this frame!



8/6/2019 by Bonnie

I love this frame. Every year, for Christmas, I try to find one unique gift for my son. This year, it's this frame. I am beyond thrilled that I found it. Expertly crafted. He will love it, too.More > < Less

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About Whisky Frames

Scottish Charm

When Whisky Frames Makers Kristen and Ross Hunter were on the lookout for distinctive picture frames, they ended up—like so many Makers do—crafting their own. The foundation of the frames is a particularly unique one. The Hunters reclaim whisky barrels from distilleries and cooperages across Scotland, where they live, and refashion them into one-of-a-kind ways to display special memories.

Rich wood is accented with original steel bands while copper screws hold a photo in place against a background of traditional Harris Tweed that is spun, dyed, and woven by hand in the Outer Hebrides. The result of maintaining all that original character is a frame that’s also a slice of Scottish history. Trace one back to its barrel beginnings using the Hunter’s Frame Origin Archive online tool.