Archival mounting is a process that uses acid-free mount-board in order to protect a piece of art over time. Using acid-free material, lignin-free material or measures to help maintain an alkaline pH, ensure the board itself doesn't contain anything that will produce harmful acid in the future. Archival-quality mounting can also be known as, museum quality, acid-free, or conservation quality.
Thomas Rainsford opened the doors to his design and framing studio over ten years ago. Situated close to Brighton’s picturesque Sussex Square, his vision was to8, Arundel Mews, Arundel Pl, Kemptown, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN2 1GG, UK
Taylor Made Frames is a contemporary workshop run by Lee Taylor. Based in Brighton, Lee is a commended framer and a member of the Fine Art Trade Guild with over40 Preston Rd, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN1 4QF, UK