Framing Tapestries

We framed the above Scottish silk tapestry for a client and we are thrilled with the results. The piece itself is fragile and has suffered some damages throughout, given its age and delicacy. Framing the piece is the first step in its preservation.  We chose a walnut burl ogee frame with an antiqued silver liner to set it off. The burl of the frame has a soft tooling which softly compliments the natural buckling of the silk, mimicking the gentle waves and movement. We added anti-reflective Museum Glass for protection as well as an archival spacer to keep the glass away from the art.

Bring us your fabric and tapestry pieces to us and let’s see how we can preserve your piece of history for the next generations to come.