The frames shown on this website are an artist's best impression of the frames we use and therefore there will be slight colour and size differences to those shown. As a general guide the frames seen here are approximately one inch wide by 1 inch deep.
We only use good quality frames from a reputable framer established in their line of work for over 25 years.
Aside from the frames illustrated on this website we can source almost any type of frame for your picture however this would be treated as a special order and may take longer to organise than the times quoted under 'Delivery Information' on my website. If my framer has your chosen moulding in stock then the timing may not alter. The prices on alternative frames will be quoted for on an individual basis and may be more or less than the standard prices used on this website.
Selected square shaped images on this website can also be printed directly onto canvas, stretched and framed without glass. This is a lighter option than framing and can create a more modern look to the finished piece.
At our gallery in Brompton On Swale, we have a large selection of frames in various styles and colours which you are more than welcome to view when visiting the gallery.
If you have any questions about framing please get in touch via the contact page and we will endeavour to help.
Please note 26 inch framed pictures that are to be shipped will be framed with Perspex instead of glass to prevent damage during shipping. Our Perspex is museum quality so your framed picture is not compromised in any way but it is more durable and therefore safer to ship. Read about caring for your Perspex below.
Caring for Perspex
In most instances water will be sufficient to clean general dust and dirt.
Use a soft cloth moistened with water to gently wipe dirt away. A soft cotton cloth like an old t-shirt or a microfiber cloth is ideal. Turn the cloth often to keep a clean side on the glass.
Try to avoid rubbing the dirt on the surface because this can cause scratching.
For more significant amounts of dirt, use a cloth that is very wet with water. Gently swab the cloth on the surface and allow the water to lift the dirt and “rinse” it away. Once most of the dirt has been removed with the water, use a second cloth to clean the glass using the same technique described above.