One of the questions we hear most often is, "How much does it cost to frame a picture?" The answer depends on a number of factors including size, medium, mount and glass specification, and frame moulding style. We only use the highest quality materials in our frames to ensure that the finished product not only looks good, but also protects and preserves your artwork.
Listed below are examples of a few common framing jobs with a range of possible prices from our least expensive options up to our very finest handmade frames with museum acrylic glazing. For each job we have included a typical price, which from our experience is the price most customers can expect to pay for a mid-range frame.
Example 1 - unmounted photo/print
This will require bevelled mountboard, backing board, glazing, and frame
Image size A5: £70 to £450; typical £110
Image size A3: £95 to £850; typical £160
Image size A1: £180 to £2,300; typical £300
Example 2 - mounted photo/print
This will require glazing and frame
Mount size A5: £45 to £250; typical £65
Mount size A3: £65 to £450; typical £100
Mount size A1: £120 to £1,600; typical £190
Example 3 - stretched canvas
This will require backing board and frame
Canvas size A5: £45 to £250; typical £60
Canvas size A3: £55 to £350; typical £90
Canvas size A1: £85 to £1,200; typical £155
Example 4 - reglazing
This will require disassembly, disposal of old glass, fitting of new glass, cleaning and reassembly. There is more information about the glasses we offer on our Specialist Art Glass page.
Glass size A5: UltraVue £25; Museum £35; Optium Museum Acrylic £50
Glass size A3: UltraVue £35; Museum £65; Optium Museum Acrylic £125
Glass size A1: UltraVue £65; Museum £190; Optium Museum Acrylic £440