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A range of Arqadia mount board with a brilliant white core and a 45 degree bevelled-edge
Our boards are 1.4mm thick and the core is guaranteed to stay white, unlike inferior mountboard which will discolour over time.
The mounts are cut with a 2mm overlap so that your prints will fit perfectly behind the mounts.
Available in a range of colours. A sample pack of the colours is available.
All our cutting is done in-house so we can custom cut mounts to your specifications.
If you'd like any advice or a FREE quote then call customer services on 01225 913 114
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Highest quality bevel cut frame mounts
Cut with a slanting internal to give a visually appealing edge around a print.
White core mounts which means that the 45o bevelled-edge is guaranteed not to discolour over time.
Mount Board thickness = 1400 microns (1.4 mm)
The surface and backing papers
* Minimum 3% by weight
Ageing - pH stable at 8.9 tested to 300 years
All Conservation boards fully comply to FATG Conservation level.
Whitecore boards meet FATG Standard level
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David Hochstetter wrote
Excellent service exactly as requested and well packaged. The mounts are clean cut and solid. Many thanks i dill be using you agai
Thursday 07 November, 2013
Sharon Hall wrote
Great product and excellent service!
Friday 30 August, 2013
Julie Calvert wrote
I'm using this for all my images now as the quality is excellent and the colour works with everything so it takes the thinking out of the whole presentation process. And Picture Lizard's service is excellent. They have delivered numerous mounts immaculately and quickly and I know I can rely on them. Julie ShutterspeedTravel
Thursday 30 May, 2013
Simon Partridge wrote
Nice piece; fits photo. exactly. Good feel and nice price. Careful when trimming board to size - use really sharp (eg stanley) knife and rule. Always cut away from you. It may help to trim the surround before putting on a (trimmed) mounting board.
Wednesday 23 November, 2011