Conservation Framing involves the use of precisely specified materials and techniques to protect and enhance an image. It is most often used for valuable or collectable items which are intended to be passed down through the generations.
One of the most important parts of the conservation process is the glass and the image on the left showcases the difference between normal glass and non-reflective. The normal glass is most commonly used in picture framing and is a perfectly good choice for most artwork. However, if you wish to protect your piece or if it is valuable using the non-reflective glass may be a better option as it also has 76% UV protection.
There are many different options when it comes to conservation framing so if you would like to preserve your artwork please ask for more information.