The paper used is museum quality, with a slight gloss sheen which gives a sense of depth to the piece. The paper and ink combinations we have selected have been tested showing colour durability for at least 70-80 years and in some cases longer. The inks and printing process itself are approved by the Fine Art Trade Guild (FATG) with results that speak for themselves.
These paper prints are then mounted into conservation standard mountboard, antique white in colour and 100% acid free so your work won't stain or leak. The mounts are computer cut at a 45 degree to give a clean bevel edge. We will supply your print in a cellophane wrap to ensure that its ready to frame.
In the example above, we've used frames available off the shelf in John Lewis (Black, Aluminium, 40x50 £26.00, 50x70 £38.00).