Lots of different things can be framed. Here are some ideas of the kinds of 3-D objects you could put into a frame. All can be framed at Fine Artisan with removable fixings to allow the objects to be removed.
1. Childhood Toys
Keep memories alive with toys and keepsakes displayed in a frame.
Treasured valuables can be kept out of harm's way as well as being displayed nicely.
3. Objets D'art
Of course, art is sometimes three dimensional.
Awards and trophies can be framed in traditional or contemporary styles.
You can show off your music taste by framing CDs and records.
There are many more 3-D things to display and lots of options for framing at Fine Artisan.
Create your own 3D displays in our 20x20cm off-the-shelf Assemblage Frames.
Each solid wood hand painted frame is made in our workshop providing a display depth of 45mm with an acid-free mountboard included.
Collect an assemblage of objects, pop in your favourite makes and finds or design an imaginary scene. Use mixed-media such as fabric, card, felt.
Display your 3D treasures, photos, memories and maps. Assemble your art.
Choose from a range of colours. All Assemblage Frames are easy to open and ready for you to create your display. Priced at £30 each, purchased in store only.
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Collectable memorabilia offers some unique framing challenges. As well as framing them appropriately, conservation must be considered.
This collection of boxer's career cards were double-sided which prevented the use of tapes and adhesives. They could have been held in place and mounted using different methods including using archival plastic sleeves or corner pockets. Our client was not keen on these since they would be visible and could be distracting. Instead we mounted the cards holding them in place with a tray method, this way they were viewable in near entirety and easily removable.
For 20 boxing cards and also a gold title card, a particular multi-aperture mount pattern was requested by our client. The pattern was a dynamic shape and worked very well with the sports and boxing theme.
Our client decided on a black conservation mount with black cotton core, which complimented the colourful boxing images.
A gold metal leaf slip was added to the smooth, traditionally shaped, matt black lacquer frame to opulently define the inside edge. UV filtered glass was used to reduce fading with an anti-reflective coating for optimum clarity.
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