Width: 6 inches
Length: 8 inches
Height: 1 inches
Gold Frame with Metallic Black Zebra Border
Width: 4 inches
Length: 6 inches
This unique photo frame has been hand-painted with black metallic zebra print, the print has been painted on a raised section of the frame making this a one of a kind piece.
This photo frame is perfect for showing off your pictures and photos. Photos are captured memories that grasp a fleeting moment in time, and should be framed in a frame that is as unique and special as the memories.
This versatile frame is made for a 4" x 6" or it has a mat and can fit 3˝ X 5” photo or picture. The choice is yours!
Bring new life to your memories with this unique wooden hand painted zebra stripe frame . This frame can be wall mounted or displayed on a table or counter.
The perfect frame is nearly as important as the photo itself, the frame serves as an attractive accent to your photo, drawing attention to the attention to the details in the photo, while complimenting the décor of the room where it is being displayed. About the Zebra.
Zebras, horses and wild asses are all equids, long-lived animals that move quickly for their large size and have teeth built for grinding and cropping grass. Zebras have horse like bodies, but their manes are made of short, erect hair, their tails are tufted at the tip and their coats are striped.
Three species of zebra still occur in Africa, two of which are found in East Africa. The most numerous and widespread species in the east is Burchell's, also known as the common or plains zebra. The other is the Grevy's zebra, named for Jules Grevy, a president of France in the 1880s who received one from Abyssinia as a gift, and now found mostly in northern Kenya. (The third species, Equus zebra, is the mountain zebra, found in southern and southwestern Africa.)
The Burchell's zebra is built like a stocky pony. Its coat pattern can vary greatly in number and width of stripes. The stripes are a form of disruptive coloration which breaks up the outline of the body. At dawn or in the evening, when their predators are most active, zebras look indistinct and may confuse predators by distorting distance. Their shiny coats dissipate over seventy percent of incoming heat.