Vintage c.1737 Architectural Elevations of Stately Homes - Solid Wood & Glass Frames
Bringing back to life a pair of beautifully detailed architectural elevations of stately homes engraved in the first half of the 18th century, these prints make a distinguished addition to any tastefully appointed room. Depicting Belford Hall in Northumberland and Cowick Hall in East Yorkshire, they’ve been meticulously restored to their former glory here in our studio in Lancashire.
Printed using archival methods for maximum quality and durability, these exquisite illustrations are framed in house in our classical-style elongated frames, which are made from sustainable wood. Like all our pictures, every element is hand cut, printed and assembled in Britain to create pictures of distinction with minimal carbon footprint.
- Antique pieces digitally remastered to restore damage and bring back original colors
- Printed with archival grade methods to ensure highest quality and prevent aging
- Using highest quality ink and paper
- Prints digitally restored in-house using reference from illustrations from the 1800's
- Printed on archival grade 315gsm with fine art inks
- Mounted with white conservation grade Daler Rowney mountboard
- Framed prints made with glass
PLEASE NOTE THAT GIFT WRAPPING AND EXPRESS SHIPPING ARE UNAVAILABLE ON THIS ITEM DUE TO BEING FRAMED TO ORDER. DELIVERY IS 3-5 WORKING DAYS