Henry Nurre founded his company in 1850 in Erlanger, Kentucky, producing very high-grade furniture of oak, cherry, maple, and other rich woods. The business merged with Caxton Molding in 1985 and became Nurre Caxton. In 1990, Nurre Caxton was purchased by Nielsen & Bainbridge, the world leader in metal frame manufacture.
The same expertise that Henry Nurre used when designing his first products is reflected in the current Nurre Caxton moldings — strong, yet simple elegance and beauty that does not overpower the artist's work.
From hand-leafed golds to fine American hardwoods, trend-setting textures to smooth colored finishes, Nurre Caxton products are made from materials gathered from the best suppliers in the world.
Nurre Caxton is known not only for its designs, but also for its uncompromising quality, high value and obsession with customer satisfaction.
All frames come in pairs of equal length.