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Museum Quality Matboard There are two kinds of mats that are considered to be archival. The first is alpha cellulose board which is a natural cellulose board that has been chemically altered, cleaned and buffered to remain stable and safe for artwork. Alpha cellulose board comes in a wide range of colors. Most alpha cellulose boards have a bright white core. The other type of conservation board is rag board. Rag board is made from 100% cotton. Acid and lignin-free, it is stable, safe and strong. Rag board has been used for generations with great success to protect artwork in museums and fine collections. Traditionally, rag board was available in a few shades of white and grey, but today rag boards are available with a huge variety of surface colors, having white or cream cores.
A Cornucopia of Mouldings Having been in the framing business for over twenty years has its advantages. We know what our customers are looking for and have made it a point to stock some of the most interesting and reasonably priced mouldings available. We keep over 200 profiles in stock at all times, and we discount the mouldings we stock 30% off every day. We simply keep the best profiles on sale all the time. We carry over 1500 moulding samples from more than 14 different manufacturers. Our frames don't all look alike. We have ornate Baroque styles from Spain, Renaissance metal leaf mouldings from Germany, hardwoods from America, and Italian marbles and burls.
Unique Solutions You will find great diversity at Christine's Gallery. We stock styles to fit comfortably in every decor. Maybe that's why so many decorating firms bring their clients to our door to find just the right look for their rooms. Christine's Gallery carries products from many companies. If you don't see your favorite moulding company on our list to the right, ask us. We may already be thinking about picking up their products. We have framed dried flowers, military papers and medals, police badges, license plates, golf clubs, pocket watches, a bridal veil, a signed baseball bat, invitations, certificates, diplomas, photographs, needlepoint, cross stitch, and much more.
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Quality Custom

Framing Since 1983

A keen eye for detail and 20 years experience help Christine Buckley get the job done right at Christine's Gallery. Using her talents as a professional picture framer and with thousands of mouldings and acid free mats to choose from, Christine is bound to find just the right materials to perfectly frame your precious items and all at a great price! The same care and attention are given every piece - whether its a museum piece of art or a childs first masterpiece from the refrigerator door. Christine's Gallery uses conservation quality acid-free mat board and carrys a full line of conservation glasses to ensure that your favorite pieces maintain their sentimental and monetary value

Products

Framing Services Include:

Dry mounting

Laminating

Needlework blocking & stretching

Canvas stretching

Shadowboxes

Custom mirrors

Services

So Many Choices

With thousands of frame moulding samples to choose from, as well as plenty of matting colors, we will help you choose materials that will enhance the way your art looks, protect it from damage and make it work with your home decor. Fewer things can change the look of a room as dramatically as a beautifully custom framed piece of art. This one-of-a-kind accessory is designed especially for you and your specific decorating needs. You will find Christine's Gallery to be an inviting and relaxing store where children are welcome and the coffee is alway on!
We can frame more than just prints and paintings. Let us help you preserve old photos and memorabilia in a custom shadowbox. Everything from your dads fishing flies to your grandmothers christening gown or your favorite celebrity autographs can become the centerpiece of a room when custom framed. We have framed dried flowers, military papers and medals, police badges, license plates, golf clubs, pocket watches, a bridal veil, a signed baseball bat, invitations, certificates, katubas, diplomas, photographs, needlepoint, cross stitch, latch hook, molas, historical papers, baseball cards, paper dolls, and so much more. There are no limits. Bring us your memories and let us make them into a conversation sensation.
EMAIL christinesgallery@msn.com Feel free to email Christine with any questions. Please use a portion of your question in the subject line. PHONE GALLERY: 207.763.4500 You can also telephone us during our business hours: Tuesday-Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm (EST). Weekends and evenings by appointment. ADDRESS 90 Hope Rd, Lincolnville, ME 04849 FOLLOW US On Facebook
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