We’re happy to work with you to collect and deliver your artwork and the finished, framed product. Please let us know what your requirements are.
To give you an idea of how delivery of frames works, below are several options.
Receiving your artwork (before framing)
Returning the finished product (after framing)
If you require the finished work to be sent internationally, or it will be touring several locations, we can supply a crate to house to work. It will be custom built for the number of pieces you’re moving and made from wood certified for international travel.
If you’re sending artwork to us there are standard ways to package various shapes.
Where possible artwork should be rolled into a thick, secure shipping tube. Try and ensure that the length of the artwork matches the tube to minimise any sliding during transit.
In cases where the artwork can’t be rolled it can be sandwiched between 2 layers of 5mm foamcore or other rigid material. So long as the shape can’t be easily bent it should be safe to send to us.
Wrap in lots of tissue paper or bubble wrap, and send in a cardboard box. For particularly fragile items it’s often best to deliver them in person. If they must be posted you can package them carefully, then package that box into a second box with more bubble wrap.
If the artwork is particularity large, please contact us to discuss options. We can either collect the piece from you or arrange a special courier shipment.
When your artwork is in our workshop it’s fully covered by our insurance with Lloyds of London. If you’re sending pieces by courier please ask them about insurance options.