Photo frames with a wide edge for 10 x 15 cm photos, can be stood up in portrait or landscape format. After the ban that had been in place in France on the import and production of "Indiennes" printed cotton fabrics since 1686 was lifted by Louis XV in 1759, textiles from foreign merchants began to flow into the country. As a result of this, Christoph-Philipp Oberkampf moved to France from Württemberg and founded a fabric factory in Jouy-en-Josas in Île de France. The colourfully printed cotton fabrics, which were designed from 1783 by Jean-Baptiste Huet, one of the best-known artists of the day, achieved fame in Europe under the name "toiles de jouy" and remain to this day a symbol of 18th century rural life in France. The fabric we have used depicts a motif that is based on the very popular "Four Seasons" design from the 18th century. Height 18.5 cm, width 14.5 cm, depth 10 cm.