Frame to Conservation Standards

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Conservation, preservation and archival are words you’ll see applied to quite a few framing products. They’re used in framing techniques that are designed to preserve artwork for future generations. To learn more have a look at Fine Art Trade Guild’s publications explaining its ‘Four Levels of Framing’.

When working to conservation standards, choosing the right mounting adhesives and mountboard is key.

Barrier Board can be placed between the artwork and the frame backing board to minimise the risk of acid migration from the backing board to the artwork.

Wearing Cotton Gloves helps protect valuable artwork.

Moth Eye Museum Acrylic: 99.8% UV protection shields valuable artwork from fading and deterioration caused by ultraviolet rays.