Panorama prints up to 12" x 6" are developed on Fuji Crystal Archive lustre paper and are single mounted behind a 1.4 mm crisp, smooth white archival board.
Panorama prints larger than 12" x 6" are developed on Kodak Endura Professional metallic paper and are double mounted behind two sheets of 1.4 mm archival board.
All metallic prints larger than 18" x 9" are bonded to a 2mm archival back board in addition to being double mounted behind 1.4mm archival mounts.
This provides rigidity and maintains flatness so that under normal conditions, they will never warp or ripple.
Every print is hand signed and titled on the mount, regardless of size or finish.
The Forth Bridges, S. Queensferry
There are three choices of frame colour: Charcoal, Silver Birch and Walnut. These are cut and assembled in Scotland. They are made from solid wood, wrapped in a textured veneer, measuring approximately 28mm wide.
The glass is a specialty, high purity, white water glass, made in Germany by Schott AG. It is optically coated on both sides which reduces reflections and damaging UV light by over 90%.
The back of each frame is taped by hand to prevent dust and insects from entering and to reduce the effect of humidity. A label is attached with the details of the image.
We do no outsource. We do all the mounting, glazing and framing to maintain our "Made In Scotland" authenticity and to ensure your artwork is created to the same high standard of quality, every single time.
Note: Thumbnail images are for illustrative purposes only. It is the primary image you have selected which will be mounted and framed.