Archival framing for art, heirlooms, historical documents all using 100% cotton rag mat board for the matting and backing and Museum glass to protect photographs, paper and pigments from damaging UV light.
Museum Glass protects your art from damaging UV light and with its anti-reflective property you see all the detail.
Your art collection and family heirlooms deserve archival care in their presentation so they will be preserved as an investment for the future. We know how to help you save the pieces so you can cherish the memories.
Reversible Frames for historical documents
This historical document is from colonial era Massachussets circa 1772. Our reversable frame accommodates 8ply rag board and museum glass on each side.
Colonial Coroner's Commission, back. The finished piece can be displayed on a stand or hung on the wall with a decorative chain attached to hardware on the top.
Tennyson LetterThe framing of the above letter, written by Alfred Lord Tennyson to Walt Whitman on July 12, 1871 is one of our recent commissions. The owner of this valuable piece wanted to be able to see each side of the letter easily and have it on permanent display. Our frame in reversible and virtually identical on each side, the extra wide rabbit conceals the archival mats which hold the letter in place. Museum glass completes the package
Needlework project—stitching, matting and framing completed here by Dorothea The size is 13 x 36 and it is framed with: 4ply rag mat with 26 windows lined with paper Next, an 8ply rag mat bordering the entire multi-window area. Museum Glass A classic gold and wood frame