We now have two sites where you can come to discuss your framing needs with the new addition of Chesterton Mill. Just like the gallery on King’s Parade our new framing workshop at Chesterton Mill has an extensive range of samples of the highest quality frames and mounts for you to select from. Offering a very convenient parking for larger or fragile items the mill is also where our framer crafts the frames and can offer advice on particularly challenging framing in person.
Find us at No14, Chesterton Mill, Cambridge CB4 3NP
Open : 9am -4 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and 9am – 12pm Saturday.
For those who have discovered a new hobby – a passion for needlecraft, photography, or collage, decluttered their home and come across old photo albums filled with happy memories, memorabilia from your travels, unframed artworks, or posters.
Fronted by long-established framer Andy Miller, our experienced team are ready to help you choose a bespoke handmade frame to complement your art and interiors. From Olympic gold medals, seventeenth century Italian Old Masters- our master framer has over 25 years of experience, and can mount and frame even the most challenging range of artwork and memorabilia. Whether you are a Cambridge College looking to frame your latest don, or after a re-glaze of a smashed artwork, Byard Art will be happy to accommodate your needs. Let Byard Art frame your handiwork and discoveries
Our knowledgeable staff are committed to offering the finest range of traditional and contemporary bespoke handmade picture frames. We can show you an extensive range of samples of the highest quality frames and mounts for you to select from. We will competitively price your bespoke picture framing project, without compromising on quality.
All artwork is secure and fully insured whilst in our care.
Please do pop into the gallery for a chat, or contact us here.
You can just drop in, or book a framing appointment here.
Frames and Mounts – To protect your artwork here at Byard, all our framing is done to a recognised conservation standard using high quality materials which are acid free and non-ageing. For particularly vulnerable pieces we can offer museum conservation framing using cotton core mountboard and Japanese hinging tapes.
Glass – We use 2mm float glass as standard. However, we can offer you a range of non-reflective and UV filter glass. Look at our samples and discuss options with us, we are here to help. We also offer a re-glazing service.
Textiles – We can stretch and re-stretch canvases as well as frame textiles such as samplers, embroideries, tapestries and silks. We can pin these delicate works to foam core board or lace them around acrylic, easing them into shape before putting into a frame of your choice.