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RIBBA Frame, black,

Price £ 2.50
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Decorate with pictures you love. This frame has classic straight lines and comes in many sizes, perfect for a large picture wall. The plastic front protection is safe – and does justice to the motif.

Article Number103.784.45

Product details

Can be used hanging or standing, both horizontally and vertically, to fit in the space available.

PH-neutral mount; will not discolour the picture.

Front protection in plastic makes the frame safer to use.


IKEA of Sweden

Weight & measurements

Picture without mount, width: 10 cm

Picture without mount, height: 15 cm

Picture with mount, width: 8 cm

Picture with mount, height: 12 cm

Mount opening, width: 7 cm

Mount opening, height: 11 cm

Frame width: 12 cm

Frame height: 17 cm


GreatVerified ReviewerThese are great frames. Have bought some before, so no brainer really5
GreatVerified ReviewerHave bought these before. Really lovely and very easy to insert photo or picture5
Great value frameVerified ReviewerGreat value frame5
Stylish, quality frameVerified ReviewerFantastic frames, never discontinue these please, all around the house.5
Impossible to hangVerified ReviewerAs a lot of people have said these are impossible to hang as the hanging clasp is so deep. Bought two, both I had to secure to the wall using command hooks secured on the frames, which warped the frame then they fell off and broke. Don't recommend until they fix the hanging clasp. Look great though which is a shame.1
Incredibly weak frames that bow quickly Verified ReviewerThe previous Ribba frames were quite heavy as they used a thick glass, these ones are much lighter as they use perspex now instead. Unfortunately the frames themselves are very weak and top will bow if you try and hang them from this. The problem though is that to hang them you are supposed to use the hole on the back board of the frame but it's set so deeply in that you need an extremely long nail or screw to mount it this way. I suspect that these frames are actualy really designed to be stood on a picture ledge rather than hung up due to them being designed so weakly and flimsily.2
TerribleVerified ReviewerThis frame is very flimsy and not support the size. The side got warped hanging on the wall so much so that the plastic window bulged out, very disappointing. 1
Poor quality. Sags at edgesVerified ReviewerHave bought two of these recently. Assumed the first was dodgy production when it fell apart before we even put the poster in. The second was just was just as bad, the edges are really flimsy and bow out with any weight on them particularly at the bottom edge. I would rather have paid a couple of quid more and had something that doesn't look so cheap. (It is so light it lifts from the wall as you walk by! I have been buying frames from IKEA for decades but won't risk again2
Excellent value picture frameVerified ReviewerExcellent value picture frame although a little tricky to manipulate. Unfortunately didn't realise that there was film to remove on both sides of the perspex so had to start again twice!! A label or instructions could have helped.4
Excellent product and excellent serviceVerified ReviewerExcellent product and excellent service5
Perfect size and fits inVerified ReviewerPerfect size and fits in with my furniture5
Great value for moneyVerified ReviewerGreat value for money5
Lovely picture frame. Very easyVerified ReviewerLovely picture frame. Very easy to assemble and the quality is good.5
perfect for displayVerified ReviewerThese are a perfect and simple design and great quality to display my cross stitch in and give them as a gift. 5
Stay awayVerified ReviewerI ordered two of these and they both fell apart as soon as I took them out of the packaging. They used incredibly weak staples to hold the frame together. It's basically useless1
A simple effective designVerified ReviewerI bought this to frame a cartoon map. It is a simple effective design5
ReliableVerified ReviewerAlways good - have them in white and in black and many sizes.5
Terrible qualityVerified ReviewerGenuinely the worst quality item I have ever bought from Ikea - looks great but is flimsy, frames bend out of shape until the plastic 'glass' falls out through the front. Bought 3 and none were usable. Would not recommend, not fit for purpose1
Good quality picture framesVerified ReviewerNice simple frames to mount prints of my favourite photographs on my apartment walls. Mounting points are too far recessed in the frame, and need to be adapted to hang easily.5
Great frame, printed the picturesVerified ReviewerGreat frame, printed the pictures to fit but it’s not quite the size stated, I also preferred it when they were glass, however they do the job and no one knows so I keep buying in various sizes.5
RIBBA Frame, black, 10x15 cm

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