Although clear, glass is one of the most important features of your framing composition.
If your artwork or photograph is something you want to pass through generations, the grade of glass will determine
how good your piece will look in years time.
Types of Glass
Clear Glass is the best value for money and will protect your piece from the immediate surroundings including dust and fingerprints. However Clear Glass doesn’t prevent fading or general damage.
UV Protection is a step up from Clear Glass. Blocking up to 99% of UV light rays, Conservation Clear Glass helps to protect against fading.
Anti-Reflection filters offer up to 70% UV protection and virtually eliminates reflections. With a water white substrate, the glass effectively brightens colours and contrast levels.
Anti-Reflection with UV Protection
Anti-Reflection with UV Protection is a high-grade preservation option, which explains its name and presence in museums. Blocking up to 99% of UV light rays museum glass protects against fading as well as being almost invisible.
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