We framed this interesting collection of instructions and sale receipt for a Magnavox stereo / record player, originally purchased by our client’s grandfather in the mid-1960s. Each piece is floated on flax-colored linen. Conservation glass protects the papers and inks from fading in light. The moulding, in warm bronze and bright silver, is a streamlined style reminiscent of vintage record consoles. We dig the handsome look of these unique items in a frame!
One poster, two different ways! We framed a matching pair of Murakami exhibit posters in black and white lacquer, each floated on black and white matboard.
Museum posters can be framed a variety of ways to suit the subject and the interiors they hang in.
This beautiful piece is a baby carrier, hand-made in the Ge Gia province of China. We’ve stitched and floated it on a snow-colored fabric mat with no glass. It’s surrounded by a floater frame for a clean, simple look that gives the textile center stage.
We love how this University of Illinois marching band cape looks framed! Our expert framers arranged and stitched the fabric to drape beautifully against the white mat backing. It’s shadowboxed in a vibrant color to match the cape. UltraVue glass is anti-reflective and allows a crystal clear view.
This America’s Cup Navy Pier poster was matted and framed with a lanyard ribbon, creatively laid out over two event passes. The narrow metal frame looks clean and streamlined. Museum glass provides anti-reflection, extreme clarity, and 99% UV protection.
These two Persian embroidered and beaded silk pieces are gorgeous in a dark gold frame with a beautiful, intricate pattern. They’re carefully stitched to board and glazed with extremely clear, anti-reflective UltraVue glass.