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Ready made frames

This is our selection of top quality, wood, ready made frames with glass. We stock sizes from

5″ x 4″ up to 100cm x 700cm.

ready made frames



We are now stocking ready to go bagged single and double mount cards in neutral colours, to fit ready made frame sizes from 6″ x 4″ up to 12″ x 16″.

We still offer a bespoke service for larger ready made sizes and those odd ones that you can’t buy off the shelf.


Your ceramic poppy in black box frame

poppy with waterwhite touched in


using the inside of the box lid without the stem. Approximate size 420mm x 170mm – can stand or hang.  Price £85 or add £25 for 99% UV float glass or £55 for Anti Reflection control UV92% water white glass. Lead time 3-4 weeks

Our tailor made off the shelf frame for your ceramic poppy.

If you have it framed exactly like this the cost will be £125.00 with clear glass or £155.00 with UV clear glass. The size of this one with the frame is 625mm x 295mm.ceramic poppy

Tilehurst Globe need LOTS of help with planting daffodil bulbs in the grassy area by Lloyds Bank in School Road. Saturday 11th october 10.00-12 noon.

Please bring gloves, something to kneel on and a trowel or spade.  Children welcome.

Pangbourne Art Group invite you to their Annual Exhibition on 11th & 12th October from 10.00 – 5.00 daily at Pangbourne Village Hall

RGA Fridays Artists & silver jewellery students at THE PEACOCK GALLERY, Maiden Erlegh School 20 Sep – 16 Oct


Early bird Christmas shoppers – we have a lovely selection of bronze sculptures and studio glassware available online or instore. click for details

This beautiful set of polar bears makes a stunning gift, also available individually. Harris Studio glass. Original pieces hand blown and hand painted





Reading at War: Sir John Madejski Art Gallery, Reading Museum, Blagrave Street, Reading, RG1 1QH. Until 14th September. click for more info

On 4 August 1914 Britain declared war on Germany. Few people then could have imagined just how profoundly this conflict would affect the lives of ordinary people in Reading.

reading at war

Our exhibition marks the centenary of the First World War’s outbreak, and will be a focal point for our town to explore how war throughout history has shaped Reading’s character.

Displays will highlight the impact of the First World War, when thousands of local men and boys join the armed forces, leaving behind their loved ones to keep the home fire burning. Reading’s workforce, particularly women, were mobilised to support the war effort and to care for wounded soldiers in the town’s war hospitals.

The exhibition draws extensively from the Museum’s collections of artefacts and images to explore the impact of war though the ages. Earlier conflicts represented including the 9th century Viking raids and the English Civil War siege of 1643. The more recent account of the Second World War will focus on the devastating air raid on Reading town centre in 1943 that killed 41 people.

There will also be an opportunity for visitors to consider why we remember and how war affects our lives today.

Our niece Pippa is doing the nuts challenge this weekend as part of her 5 for 5 challenges for Sarcoma UK click here for more info

you can donate to this worthy cause by following this link