A Casual Evening in Davos, Curling During the 1920s
-Dimensions: 18.5x14.5x1 inches
-Hand framed with 100% natural wood
-High-quality frame, professionally finished with custom cut museum grade matting
-Flat rate 3-5 day shipping
A great conversation starter for any home, museum, restaurant or hotel. This fun winter sports photographic print was originally a part of the significant August Scherl’s photographic achieve. Scherl founded his newspaper and publishing concern in 1883. This wonderful photo comes dates to Switzerland in the 1920s.
It is a popular event in our Winter Olympic games. Widely believed to be one of our oldest team sports, Curling is often described as the “Roaring Sport” because of the sound that the granite stone makes when traveling over ice.
The first official rules were drawn up in Scotland, and they were formally adopted as the “Rules in Curling” by the Grand Caledonian Curling Club, which was formed in Edinburgh in 1838 and became the sport’s governing body. The photo was shot in Davos Switzerland. Davos in the late 19th Century was better known as a health resort. Later it became a center for winter sports before assuming its role as the home of the annual meeting of global political and business elites.
Hand framed with 100% natural wood by ourfamily oflocal artisans in Pelham Alabama, thishigh-qualityframe is professionally finished with custom cut museum grade matting to ensure perfect proportions. Backed with kraft paper, our frames also come with hooks and wire preinstalled. This work of art is ready to be installed immediately and comes as a finished frame size of 18.5x14.5x1inches.