Original art (with painted glass and photographs) framed. In the foreground is a lake, rocks on the bank of lake, five photographs of men, all wearing suits, white shirts, ties, four with moustache, one has receeding hair. To the right of the photographs is a mountain that could be above timberline since the lone tree does not have any leaves and sign appears to have been made in the summer. A single blue Columbine on the left of the men. The photographs have been recessed into the back, making them appear as in a shadow box. Middleground is the maroon label "Morey's Cabinet", sign has a curved design, on the left of sign is a tree and some rocks whose image is in the water. Background right are more Columbines with a yellow glow behind them, part of a mountain range. Five men's photographs are above the sign, three have moustaches, all wear shirts, white shirts and some form of a tie. These too are in a recessed part of the painting, on the left is a mountain with a cross, that being Mount of The Holy Cross, sun appears a bit behind the mountain, mixed blue and white sky. Frame is ornate gilded gold, inside are small curlicue design, a section of plain material and finally the outside which is a repeating design of lines, flowers. Back is covered with heavy cardboard that might be part of the sign, held in place with nails in at an angle. Two folding picture hangers on either side of the frame.