We are getting more orders to provide frames for exhibitions. The photos show one order for a number of inlay frames part way through the making process. These are the small frames, we have a similar quantity of larger frames to begin making tomorrow.
This is one of a batch of shabby chic frames we have just made. A natural plain wood frame, red bole undercoat, Farrow and Ball ‘Mizzle’ top coat, fine grade sand paper, wax and a good buff. Nice.
Some photographs of frames we offer via our website.
A panel frame with a bright gold inner frame.
A cassetta frame in white.
A deep (70mm!) inlay frame. Special order.
A tray frame, available singly and also in saver packs.
These are some of the frame parts I’m using to make a number of Nicholson frames for an artist. there are the inner frame and panel, the outer frames will be cut once these have been assembled.
One of a pair of 44mm profile frames with under painting of red clay and titanium buff, with a top coat of green grey. Distressed with wire wool and sand paper and worm holes added. The frame will be waxed and aged with rotten stone before surrounding a limited edition print.
This machine is one of the primary tools used by most picture framers in the UK. The Morso F is a mitre cutter used for cutting the mitred corners on our frames.