You can see the finished, boxed, version here:
on Ebay with starting bid $1 (here: [link]
) Sold for $56.78
This plate is an ambrotype; a unique photograph produced on black glass using hand-mixed and poured chemicals in the process perfected by Henry Fox Talbot in the 1850s. The plate is prepared and exposed, giving it a permanent image in metallic silver, which is then varnished with gum sandarac varnish. Ambrotypes look unlike anything you're likely to see in this age of digital and inkjet photography!
Model is Amber Rose. Finished box includes mounted plate on vintage linen tablecloth, with restaurant silverware, in black-dyed 23/" thick solid oak frame.