In that case look at these Munn Frameworks Chinese frames:pet peeve time- why does "Asian" so often mean "bamboo"? And why do clients consistently ask for "bamboo" frames when framing images of palm trees? I love bamboo as a building material (makes great floors!) and I've seen some really nice frames made from bamboo, but most mouldings made to look like bamboo come off as cheesy and dated. maybe its just me. that's my rant for the day. i feel better already.
i show those all the time when folks are asking for traditional Asian styles.Bamboo is only "Asian" in western sensibility. Black or cinnabar simple profiles would be more common and depending on culture the frames can be gilded as well. In addition to Pat's offerings:
Kobe cornered frames like this: View attachment 32783
And decorative incised gold corners like thisView attachment 32784
are more "Asian" than bamboo.
Here's a source for such things; https://amci-regence.com/frames/finished-corner/7/