How we get framed limited edition prints to you ready to hang.

Published on 05/17/2017

Framed signed limited edition prints are a wonderful way to collect an artist’s work. Each print is personally made by the artist in their studio and then numbered, title and signed in pencil below the image.

The limited editions are printed onto archival quality watercolour paper using the highest quality giclée print process that uses up to eight individual inks to create a huge array of colours that are archival in their quality and also faithfully recreate the look and feel of the original painting the print is taken from.

Our larger prints are available framed when you purchase on our gallery web site and we use frames that are made from sustainable wood and made in Cornwall. Each frame is hand painted in a pale cream that complements the archival mount. Finally we glaze the prints with glass and add fixings and a string to the back ready for you to hang the print on your wall.

In the UK we are happy to deliver the prints to you framed and have had special packaging boxes made by Packaframe to fit our limited edition print range.

The boxes are really clever as they float the framed print in the box and provide a high level of protection, meaning that once we place your print into the box we know you will be taking it out in one piece and in perfect condition.

The boxes are made in two pieces. The first part is a strong cardboard wrap that we place a series of foam pads on that hold the print in the box and keep it away from the sides and any potential impacts during transportation. We then slide this wrap into the outer box which is constructed from super strong cardboard. Once this is all taped up we know that the print will arrive safely with you and your framed print will be in as good a condition when you unwrap it as it was when we packed it for you.

With a wide range of signed prints available we encourage you to view the full range online.

If you would like to see what happens to your order once you click add to basket please take a look at the video below.

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