Landscape agate

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Roboframer

Landscape agate

Post by Roboframer » Sat 14 Mar, 2015 1:51 pm

Customer didn't want adhesive used (nor did I) or to see any mounting method like formed rods or fine mesh fabric - so I went for an 'engineering fit' a small flat black frame reverse-mitred, cut to a couple of mm larger and then lined with mountboard so the thing squeezes in very tightly. Then a reverse-bevelled mount with aperture cut ever so slightly smaller.

I'd rather not sink things back like this but that was pretty much the only option.
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Re: Landscape agate

Post by Not your average framer » Sat 14 Mar, 2015 2:14 pm

A very nicely executed job and the colouring of the frame works very well with the agate!

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May I ask which moulding was used?
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Re: Landscape agate

Post by Uncle Sumo » Sat 14 Mar, 2015 2:19 pm

Great choices especially the moulding.
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Re: Landscape agate

Post by Roboframer » Sat 14 Mar, 2015 2:24 pm

It's Simons Oak 9 - Nielsen's W200111 is the same thing. Neutral waxed.

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