Love it? Frame it! 

Can be a photo of your loved ones (yes, a montage of your selfies counts), a football shirt of your fav player or a real work of art, we can put it behind glass for you.

Expert custom framing services for all your artwork and memorabilia needs. From photos, posters, and diplomas to flags, jerseys, and – well, you name it. We do it all! 


We work with the highest quality materials by the country’s leading manufacturers of moulding, mat board and glass. Treasured artwork, documents, family photos or heirlooms need the right glass or acrylic to block UV light rays that cause your artwork to fade and deteriorate over time. In addition, TruVue Museum Glass© is virtually invisible, and provides the lowest light reflectiveness possible, allowing your items to be seen the way they were meant to be.

 

Pure cotton rag fibre mat and mount boards, combined with industry standard methods of attachment, ensure your work will stand the test of time and be the focal point of your home decor!

With a huge selection of framing mouldings, you can choose the perfect colour, material and design for your artwork. Staining, painting, varnishing, hand finishing.

We can cut glass and mirror in any size. We also repair damaged frames.

If you have a painting (or printed canvas) that you want to put up on our wall, we can stretch it for you. We can also frame it, be it a traditional or a tray frame. The latter is getting very popular, the painting is inlayed in the frame, leaving a small gap between the moulding and the canvas.

A process in which a print is bonded to a mount board. The thickness of the mount board can vary, from thin (3mm) to very thick (2cm). Perfect for short-term exhibitions.

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This type of frame is used to frame thicker objects e.g. foot­ball jer­seys, box­ing gloves, memorabilia, etc.

A lighted display panel used for advertising purposes. The panel can be illuminated by fluorescent light bulbs or LED lighting strips.​​

Made to last with various techniques: Uv / gallery / non-reflective glass and archival materials.

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Incrustation or inlay is a technique to decorate (an object) with layers of fine materials set in its surface.

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