We offer a wide range of traditional picture framing techniques, from cut-&-join framing and conservation framing, to shadow box framing, block mounting, custom framing, canvas stretching and more.
- We import the highest-quality museum glass from Germany. This glass is 98% UV resistant with extraordinary non-reflective properties.
- We mount onto various archival substrates of which Dibond® is the most commonly used worldwide.
- We are the sole agent of Diasec® in Africa, making South Africa one of only eight countries in the world licensed to perform this exclusive archival face-mounting procedure.
- 23 mm
- 50 mm
And a range of materials:
- Exotic wood
- Synthetic mouldings
- Custom finishes on wood
- ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)
Peak Season (Nov – Dec) 10 working days – depending on the complexity of the frame chosen.
Q&A with Monique Loeblich
- Framing Consultant
How long does framing take?
Approximately 10 days, depending on the complexity of the frame chosen.
Do you offer frames that can hang in bathrooms?
Yes, we put a waterproof plastic backing on the back to seal the artwork.
Can I use an existing frame?
Can I frame a rugby jersey?
Yes! Box framing is the perfect choice for displaying your treasured piece.
Is box framing more expensive than a traditional frame?
Yes, as more materials are used and more work is involved.
What kind of mount board mounting do we do?
We cut window mounts and we float and raise an image off the mounting board.
What colours are available for block mounting?
I offer black, white or brown and Duco-spray the sides and edges of the block for a seamless finish.
What is stretching?
Stretching is where I literally stretch the printed canvas over a wooden frame (also known as a stretcher). Our stretchers only come in 23 mm or 50 mm thickness.