About These Frames
Any of the frames shown in our web shop can be re-sized or restored if necessary. These frames can be used for works of art or can be fitted with a mirror to become mirror frames.
All our frames are either carved wood or wood with applied ornament. Most are antique frames from the century indicated.
The prices listed are for the frames in the condition shown. Antique frames will exhibit various characteristics of their age and are priced accordingly.
We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase and will supply further condition information upon request.
We offer expert restoration services for any of these frames if desired.
Please contact us if you have any questions or would like more information on any of our frames shown.
Frame size listings:
SIGHT SIZE refers to the smallest interior measure or opening size in the frame as viewed from the front of the frame.
RABBET SIZE refers to the inside measure from the back of the frame that the art or a mirror would fit into. This will usually be ¼ to ⅜ inch wider than the sight size on each side of the frame. For example: A frame with a sight size of 23 ½ X 29 ½ inches will usually have a rabbet size in back close to 24 X 30 inches that the artwork or mirror will fit into.
WIDTH refers to the moulding width from the inner sight edge to the outside edge of the frame.
Packing and Shipping
Packing and shipping is not included in the listed prices. We will request shipping quotes from shipping agents for our our clients if requested or they may make their own arrangements.
Packing and shipping will be professionally done by us or a packing and shipping company.
Insurance for the shipment is strongly recommended. The charges for these will be added to the invoice amount.
Since the sizes, weights and delivery time requirements vary considerably for each item, the packing and shipping charges will be quoted individually.
We can assist in resolving any shipping issues but we will not assume any liability for the shipment once it leaves our premises.
In the event a frame is damaged in shipping, the buyer will need to file a claim with the shipper immediately. Any reimbursement will come from the shipper or the shipper’s insurance company. Atelier Richard Boerth shall not be held liable for refunds due to damage during shipping.
Please inquire for more details.
In order to return a frame, we must be notified within 5 days from the day you receive the item.
We will issue a refund, less a 10% restocking fee, when we have the item back in our possession and in the same condition as when it was shipped from Atelier Richard Boerth. Packing and shipping charges are not refundable.
The buyer is responsible for the costs of return shipping.