On-site bespoke framing service
Tuesday – Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday – 9.00am to 1.00pm
Sunday – CLOSED
Monday – CLOSED
Leverton Framers has been offering quality affordable framing services in the area for over 35 years. Having begun in a tiny room at Paul Good Ironmongers in Hungerford, the company moved in 1984 to The Chilton Estate. The former Edwardian model farm, now known as Leverton Farm Buildings, has been converted and recently refurbished to create a small number of business premises in beautiful surroundings.
Our location became particularly well known after the BBC filmed the “The Victorian ” and “The Wartime” Kitchen & Garden TV series in the walled gardens adjacent to the courtyard in which we are based.
The team at Leverton Framers have a combined experience of over 60 years in picture framing and the arts, and offer excellent value for traditional craftsmanship and bespoke service. All the staff have a genuine interest in the framing process, art media, photography, restoration, calligraphy and painting. Choosing the right mount and frame for a precious piece of work can be a daunting and confusing undertaking. So when you visit Leverton Framers one or more of us will help you reach the right solution on how best to frame and look after your works of art.
We stock over 100 colours/types of mount card and have an impressive range of more than 600 different mouldings from 6mm to 80mm wide which cater for all tastes and budgets with access to many more. We also offer a large range of plain wooden mouldings that can be painted to suit and a variety of different glass and mirror types. A selection of various sized ready-made frames are always kept in stock – always handy for that last minute present!
So if you need a photograph framing, vintage poster collection, your medals, tapestries, sport memorabilia, botanical watercolours, pastels, oils, certificates, entomology collection or even a wand, please do come and see us as we are confident we can satisfy all your framing needs. “Emergency” framing can usually be done in a day but our normal turnaround time is around 14-21 days, depending on the amount or the complexity of the framing involved. An on-site car park offers easy access directly in to our workshops which is very convenient for dropping/collecting your large framed works of art and mirrors.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
Alex, Bridget, Andy & Patty