To visually enhance artwork and offer the ultimate level of protection

If you own either valuable artwork or items of sentimental value which you wish to display yet protect for future generations of your family it is vital they are framed using the correct materials and methods.


Museum standard picture framing may not cost as much as you may think, please call or email us to discuss your requirements.


Suitable for: Museum quality works and artwork that is to be preserved for the future, including high value items and artwork of potential or historical value. Processes must be fully reversible.


Materials & methods must comply with the standards set by the Fine Art Trade Guild. These include use of 100% cotton unbuffered  mountboard and undermount. Use of museum glass provides a high degree of protection from damaging ultraviolet light.

Below is a recent example of museum standard framing carried out by Spire Framing. A fine aquatint, now framed to last for generations. A narrow oak frame and wide double mount was chosen to present the artwork. TruVue museum glass filters 99% of UV light and its optical coating minimises reflections.


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