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This commission was a trip down memory lane for me. Framing up of childhood pony competition rosettes for the lady that won them and has kept them safe in a box for lots of years. On the back of each is the date it was won and the ponies name. Makes me wish I had kept mine from those wonderful nostalgic pony club years, they were the best ever. Framed in a deep black frame, off white backing mount and standard glass.
The Royal Forest of Dean Rotary Club
Replica Rotary Necklace housed in a frame made so that it can be removed to add President names. The frame is a deep warm walnut, the mount off white conservation level and finished with specialist anti reflective glass to view the chain and names with the best clarity available. More details on blog https://www.fellowsframing.co.uk/post/royal-forest-of-dean-rotary-club
These lovely small silver spoons, originally for tea/salt/caddy use, are part of a larger collection of spoons inherited by the client’s husband from his mother. Due to the small size and the need to be able to remove them from the frame for occasional polishing it was a fiddly framing commission. Each spoons is held in place by fishing wire which is threaded through the back of the blue mountboard and 6mm mdf that’s gives a rigidity support.
Vintage Reading Glasses
These vintage children’s glasses are a cherished family heirloom which were worn by my client’s Nan approx. 100 years ago. The now owner wanted them displayed with the glass case and small photo of her Nan. They are housed in a deep rebate ash frame with mountboard glass spacers to keep the glass of the objects. The glasses and case are help in place with fishing wire and magnets, so the process is fully reversible with no damage to the items.
Concrete Lego Men
A His & His concrete lego figures and ❤ are quite unusual items to frame but here they are. Held in place on a bamboo yellow mountboard, matching spacers and anti-reflective glass all housed in a brown scoop extended frame. Framed to Fine Art Trade Guild Level 2/Conservation standard framing to present, protect, and preserve them.
A long thin frame was needed for this belt that belonged to the clients grandfather. Its covered in various badges earned during his military service. The belt was stitched onto the green mountboard and placed in a natural wood frame with antireflective glass. Level 2/conservation standard framing.
WW1 Family Memorabilia
This set of medals and certificate came in for framing recently. They have significant sentimental meaning to the client whose grandfather, Frank, earned them serving in the first World War. https://www.fellowsframing.co.uk/post/one-brave-world-war-one-veteran
This is another special piece recently commissioned. A record of a football clubs players over many years with names and dated engraved into bottle tops and sewn onto a fabric collar. The collar is sewn in place and framed with complementary blue mount and natural wood frame.
A well loved dogs precious items framed to remember him by. All items fixed by wire or thread so fully reversible and undamaged. A deep frame made of two stacked mouldings and then painted.
Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge
Oak frame complements this massive achievement by the client in completing the challenge. Fully reversible.
Medals stitched so fully reversible.
This is a small part of a large collection of vintage corkscrews of all sizes, types and ages. A lovely project to frame. All fixed with wire so fully reversible. Now on show, at last, on the clients kitchen wall in Newport, Wales.
School cricket cap and colours sewn onto mountboard. With photos and card. "Sarah created a frame as a gift for my son’s 18th birthday to display a 1st XI cricket cap and colours he had been awarded at school. She was really helpful in suggesting a layout and design which worked very well. My son was delighted with the end result which was carefully constructed and beautifully presented. It is a great keepsake to remind him of his achievements." Jill, Ross on Wye
Signed Boxing Glove
A fan of boxing and Rocky asked me to frame a Sylvester Stallone signed boxing glove and photo. Tricky design due to depth of glove but happy with the end result.
Toddler shoes with beading sewn onto mountboard and framed in a natural wood. "I have hung the frames received today. Very pleased with them." Steve, Newent
Colourful leather pouch sewn onto mountboard and framed in natural wood. "I have hung the frames received today. Very pleased with them" Steve, Newent
Commissioned by an ex parachute regiment solider from Chepstow who was presented with the items on leaving the regiment. Deep walnut frame to house the clock housing, double mount. Non glazed. Made to fit in a specific space.
A Dried Rose
Given to a lady from Cheltenham on her first date, how romantic 🧡 who wanted it preserved and on display. Framed in to simple white deep frame/box with complementary white and grey mountboard, and antireflective glass. The rose is stitched in place to the backing mount by fishing wire. A very fragile piece so gently handling and fixing was needed.
Fused Glass Bowl
This is an unusual 3D framing project. A handmade fused glass bowl float mounted in a deep frame with anti reflective glass. "Here’s to you Sarah @fellowsframing. Its been waiting for Sarah to help me decide how to frame it. Sarah is so clever. She understood what I wanted and helped me choose this pale lime wood box frame. The mount is lovely to. Tiny flecks and fibres echo the colours of the glass. She rounded it off with non reflective glass." Sandra
Fusilier Badges & Plumes
Deep frame stained with walnut colour.
Two frames joined to get the depth to house the shoes and handpainted grey. Shoes sewn in place.
Found when renovating a house. The nails are sewn in place with fishing wire. Framed with white mount and walnut wood.
It Always Gin O'Clock Time
Fine Art Trade Guild Framing Finalist Entry for 2019. The theme was Gin. Gin bottles were sewn or glued onto backing mountboard. The letters were handcut from paper. All installed in a deep sided frame. It was gintastic to make it!
African Beaded Necklace
Necklace sewn onto mountboard and put into a stacked frame ti give more depth so glass not touching the beads.
Display Cabinet made for a taxidermy fox cub.
Korean Tiger Tile
Heavy deep uneven tile framed with normal glass, natural wood frame and raised mount.
Paper Crafted Book
Beautiful collage made from a book. In a white limed deep (7cms) frame, with normal glass and mountboard lined internal sides of frame to match backing mount.
Thank you NHS Heroes
A BIG THANKYOU to all our NHS and Keyworkers. April 20 - Covid 19 pandemic.
Colourful bowls bought on holiday mounted onto painted board with black deep frame.
Barn Owl Jigsaw
The Photographer Mouse
Display cabinet with 3 glass sides housing a taxidermy mouse with old fashioned camera. Commissioned for a photographer who took the famous photo in the frame behind the mouse.
Ricky Hatton photo and Blue Moon beer bottle in a deep black frame.
Break Glass in Emergency
Made for a tomato sauce lover!
A holiday souvenir from Peru made from old Pervian mummy shrouds.
Spooning Picture Frame
Message in A Bottle
Ceramic Posterior Teeth
Military Coronation Medal
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Say it with words, and letters. A very special message for loved ones.
Love it? Hate it?
Medal & Poppy
Family Military Medals
...with London ceramic poppy. This is a wonderful collection to frame. The story behind the medals is emotional and unique. We feel so privileged to be commissioned to do this.
Display Frame for memrobilia
30cms x 30cms x 5cms. See shop for details.
Display Frame for Memrobilia
50cms x 50cms x 8cms, see shop for details
Say it with Letters
Can you guess the score?
Every frame tells a story
One way to recycle a old book!
A soldiers cap, dog tags and medal.
Martial Art Belt & Certificate
Custom made for a customer in Sheffield. Suede effect mountboards with black and red frames. "Frame is great, thanks Sarah" Scott D
Barn Owl wing
Want to know how we made it? Click on the link below.
Wolf Print Cast
"Well it's taken me over 10 years to get around to getting this piece framed & considering it's fragility I am surprised it survived as long as it did in this house. A huge thank you to Sarah at Fellows Framing for doing such a wonderful job. It is actually a cast of a paw belonging to a wild wolf we tracked in the wilderness of the Ukraine on a conservation trip with Biosphere Expeditions" Lisa
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Treasure 3d objects from your big day in a bespoke deep box frame.
Wedding stationary set side view
Wedding stationary set
Black belt in hinged frame
Martial art Instructors black belt with certificate and photos. In a deep oak frame that is open able at the front allowing the belt to be used. Very delighted customer.
Black belt in hinged frame
Side view showing hinges. Simple catch on the opposite side. Martial art Instructors black belt with certificate and photos. In a deep oak frame that is open able at the front allowing the belt to be used. Very delighted customer.
Wedding memorabilia 3d
Commissioned for a wedding anniversary by the husband - very romantic. "The frame was fabulous and my wife loved it so thank you very very much!!" James C
wedding memrobilia 3d
Side view of the deep frame.
Necklace Keepsake Frame
An oak frame, with a cove mount, that opens up so the necklace can be taken in or out easily.
Necklace keepsake frame - side view
An oak frame, with a cove mount, that opens up so the necklace can be taken in or out easily.
16th Freeminers Coal Spade
Set in a deep shadow box frame, the background photo is of the spades current owner, and capped with a oak moulding. Very very privileged to of framed this item. 'Thank you Sarah, We haven’t put it up yet so I haven’t taken any pics. Neil thinks it’s wonderful and it is. The workmanship is superb and the price was very reasonable. We are very lucky to have you working in the Forest. I’d recommend you for any framing that anyone wanted doing' Caroline J
Lace and bobbins taken straight from the pillow along with finished lace book marks. Oak stacked frame, Anti reflective glass and mount with small windows holding lace picture. No glue used so fully reversible.
Tennis T shirt
'I asked Sarah to frame a signed tennis shirt as a Christmas present for my tennis-mad daughter. Sarah was so easy to deal with. She was able to provide guidance as to what would work best and went to the trouble of specially painting the frame when we couldn’t find exactly the right colour. Nothing was too much effort. The frame was ready in no time at all. The quality of the workmanship cannot be faulted. My daughter was delighted with her frame and is now on her bedroom wall' Tracy A
‘Fellows Framing have done a wonderful job framing with a old family photo and war medals. Both have been tucked away for many years so it is lovely to see them on display. The care, advice and choice are excellent and I would recommend Fellows Framing to all. Thank you’. John S
Childs self portrait
Framed in a deep sided frame to give space to the 3D papers used.
Early 20th Centuary Clasp Bag
The detailed embroidery of the bag can be seen in all its glory by having glazing on both sides. The distinctive grain of the oak compliments the period of this purse. In memory of my Gran x
Land Army Girl
A tribute to all the land army and timber corps women. Oak frame housing 2D and 3D items with complimentary coloured mount corner mosaics.
Childrens Bobbin Lace on felt
The felt is sewn onto foam and backing board and then fitted into a deep hand painted frame. 'Fantastic work, thank you. My son, now in his early 30's, made this when he was at primary school. I love seeing it on my wall now everyday.' Maggie S
Back British Farmers
This frame was made for a show of local food producers. All the food items in it are Forest of Dean grown. It demonstrates just what can be framed.
'Fantastic work from Fellows Framing. Her work is perfection, each frame is bespoke and made to order by herself. She can design a frame for you or just make one to your own requirements. When Dad passed away I wondered what to do with his Rotary International “Paul Harris” award he received for services to Rotary International.In most cases they would be put in a drawer and forgotten about. After meeting Sarah she said she could frame them. The results speak for themselves.' David L