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Framed prints

Handmade by Guild-recognised framers.

Each framed print is handmade in the UK by our team of specialist picture framers.

All picture frames are made to order; individually created from a range of popular mouldings and finished with your choice of paper, mount and glaze.


Our most popular picture frame.

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A modern design adding depth to your pictures.

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A contemporary twist on the traditional box frame.

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Curved profile draws attention to your image.

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Full-bleed pictures with a thin stylish profile.

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Full-bleed pictures with a thin stylish profile.

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Special edition frames

We have relationships with every major framing supplier and can source any frame needed for standalone commissions or interior design projects.

Mount options

Our standard mounts come in three colourways; in three different depths (1.4mm, 2.0mm or 3.2mm).

All mounts are ‘conservation’ grade, FSC certified, 100% acid free, and will not discolour or fade with age.

  • Snow white
  • Hayseed
  • Black

Special edition mounts

We can frame your pictures using single, double or triple mounts.

We support many alternative colourways to our standard range and can finish your pictures with a traditional window mount, float mount, close mount or back mount.

Prodigi framed product glazes


Choose from three types of glaze for finishing your framed pictures:

  • 2mm water-white float glass;
  • Clear acrylic plexiglass; and
  • Invisible museum glass.

Float glass is the standard industry glaze used in most framed pictures.

Plexiglass provides increased UV protection, is extremely robust and offers less glare than float glass.

Invisible museum glass offers the clearest possible glazing option. The glaze has very low reflective properties, appearing as though no glass is present in the picture. Creates genuinely stunning results.

This picture compares museum glass with standard float glass under identical lighting conditions. No special effects have been added to create a more pronounced contrast.