Heirlooms come in all shapes sizes and styles. But they all have one thing in common. All have significant meaning to their families.
We frame these to last the test of time. So they will look as good in many years to come as they do now.
If you have a treasured item and wish to have it framed try our online framer.
Old photographs are a favourite of mine. This one here is
probably early 1900's. It is a convexed shaped, hand
coloured photo with a convexed glass. The glass is new.
And can be obtained in many different shapes and sizes.
The frame is original and has been restored.
Old photographs need special materials to preserve them
ordinary acid-free materials will not do.
Contact our staff if your photos are old or unique for more
This item contains a cup and saucer with associated photo.
The crackled white frame with gold accents does a great job
of highlighting the items.
This crochet item was hand stitched on top of the
matting. Eventhough the background colour has no
visual relationship with needlework it does have
special meaning to the owner.
This purse has been in my family for generations. We have
framed this with a silk inlay frame and silver leafed outer.
These are mother and daughter ponytales. Stitched on top of
a suede matboard and finished with a gold and cream
These are nurses items comonly worn in the earlier
days. The headscarf was stithed on top of a black
suede board, on top of this the badges were sewn.
A great grandfathers pockect watch. This watch is
stitched on top of an old waistcoat. Framed using a
silk inlay frame and a gild gold/burgandy frame.
A pair of antique protractors on top of black suede.
Finished with a gold and pewter frame.
Christening dresses are another favourite. An item
passed on through generations.
This is an opal type photgraph. (photo on glass)
Extremely rare and requiring specialized treatment to
frame correctly. The unusual mat design was copied
of the old (very acidic and damaged) matboard.
These photo types were popular in the late 1800's
to early 1900's.
Masonic lodge items combined in one frame.
The handbooks were recessed into the matboards.
Awarded medals stitched on top of apron.