Measure the length and height of the outer edge of your artwork, including mat if there is one.
Measure all four sides to make sure your artwork is square. If your artwork is not square, be sure to order a frame with a rabbet lip wide enough to cover the difference.
Enter your measurement in inches. For instance, if your frame measures 2'2" x 3'4", enter 26" x 40".
If you have any questions or concerns about your measurements, take your artwork to a professional framer to have it measured. Correct measurements are critical to building your frame. We are not responsible for frames which do not fit because the artwork was improperly measured
We will take the measurements provided by you, and cut the moulding's inside corners at the rabbet to these measurements.
We add a standard 1/8" allowance to each measurement for ease of mounting. For instance, if your order specifies 26" x 40", your frame will actually be cut at 26 1/8" x 40 1/8". Take this into consideration when measuring your frame. If you need your frame to be cut to an exact size with no allowance, be sure to indicate this by adding a note to your order.
Frames by Edward Wright pricing combines two charges:
We add the per foot charge and the corner charge to determine the total cost of your frame, as follows:
(frame feet x per foot price) + corner price
What does frame feet mean? Frame feet is a precise calculation based on the following measurements:
The height and length, measured from your artwork, are the inner measurement of the frame. The outer measurement, or total frame feet, is calculated with this equation:
((Height + Length)*2 + MouldWidth*8)/12
How is the crating and shipping price calculated?
Crating and shipping prices are determined by size: