Below we see examples of recent framing jobs, and they will be added to as new tasks come in. Framing includes new mouldings of course, but also the breaking down of old (walnut, maple, rosewood and similar) frames, recutting the mitres, and reassembly using old glass if preferred. This work fits selected older pictures such as silhouettes and naieve work.
Framing of unframed items bought on the site can be arranged. Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) tab, Framed or Unframed.
This miniature, originally in a rather broken leather wallet, has been re-framed in a period moulding to suit the image which is on porcelain, and came with the gilt metal slip. Presented in this way permits the opportunity of displaying the piece on the ...(more details)
This pretty little box came in for restoration and was quite sad. The lock had been forced and the locking bar and loop on the strike plate broken. As neither was replaceable both were re-manufactured and a key cut. The outside had inlay restored and vene...(more details)
This watercolour is part of an exhibition of which 26 images were framed. They were exhibited in London after the pictures were delivered to me. The selected frames were a mixture of 10 mouldings, and then a multitude of finishes includin...(more details)