Located in the village of Kexby, Lincolnshire, Ashcraft Framing make bespoke picture frames and run an online business specialising in frames for artists inlcuding a wide range of inlay/tray frame and frames designed for art on canvas, board and other supports. Vist our on-line shop where you can browse available frames, view the various options and make purchases.
Need a very large frame? No problem, We make frames upto 2.8 meters wide/tall and can delivery them! How? Take a look at our self-assembly frames in the on-line shop to find out more.
New! - Farrow and Ball painted frames. We are now able to offer frames painted in any colour from the Farrow and Ball, Laura Ashley and Valspar paint ranges. More details are aviailble here.
Bespoke Framing from our Workshop
We offer a full bespoke framing service from our workshops in Kexby. Oil paintings, water colours, phtographs and prints, 3d objects, medals and much more - limited only by your imagination! Also anything you see online is available direct from the workshop to save postage.
Recent bespoke framing projects include...
- Oil paintings
- Frames for Exhibitions
- Brass Engineering Plates
- Ceramic Poppies from the Tower of London
- American soccer jerseys
- A pair of Mike Tyson's Shorts
- An historic tablecloth
- A leaf...yes, a leaf.
- Limited edition prints
- Photographs for exhibitions
- Signed photographs of the England Cricket Squad
- A porcelain Iznik tile
- Sports shirts & boxing memorabillia
- ....and much more....
We do not have a physical shop but being a workshop-based business means we can offer high quality, value for money framing and provide a high level of service and attention to the needs of our customers. All our framing is carried out on the premises to the standards laid down by the Fine Art Trade Guild.
We are also on Facebook, you can visit our page here. We also have a blog where we post picture framing ideas and information. You can find us the cunningly named Ashcraft Framing's Blog and, if you feel the urge, you can track us down on Twitter at @Ashcraftframes or #pictureframingtips.