All the work sold through the gallery is printed archivally onto the highest quality art paper or silver halide paper.
Fine Art Paper is so called because it is pH neutral. The inks are pigment based and capable of a much higher gamut (colour range) than traditional inks.
The mounting boards and backing boards are all pH neutral as is the tape used to hold and seal the images and frame. We can offer a choice of standard 2mm float glass, 3mm acrylic or museum grade non reflective glass. Each has their pros and cons.
Non reflective museum grade glass is the most expensive (approx £65 sq/m) and whilst very good quality is often considered unnecessary due to the significant expense. Acrylic is highly transparent, less fragile and lighter than glass but is prone to static and scratching. We use anti static microfibre cloths very delicately and slightly dampened. 2mm float glass is the standard used in many frames. Although more fragile than acrylic it is easier to clean but in larger frames is significantly heavier and we always recommend good wall fittings.
Limited Editions are just that - limited and all of the work is signed by the individual artists.
If you are not entirely satisfied with the quality then please return the work in the same condition for a full refund.
We offer a free delivery service across Edinburgh and can deliver prints framed or otherwise worldwide at the most competitive rates available and fully insured.