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Woodcut Papercut and Giclee Ketubah framed and unframed examples

Please see this example of a framed woodcut ketubah: https://www.onceuponapaper.net/blogs/blog/18671423-onceuponapaper-woodcut-ketubah-real-weddings-nicole-daniel The wood is always poplar or mahogany, but it has also slight variations in color and texture being a natural material. Since the woodcut layer is 3-4mm thick, your local framing shop will have to allow for it, but in most cases it is still easy to have a glazing layer (optional), then a window mat (also optional), the ketubah layers, and lastly a backboard to hold tight all layers.  A papercut ketubah framing example: https://www.onceuponapaper.net/blogs/blog/65071235-onceuponapaper-papercut-ketubah-real-weddings-rebecca-gAlso, please see the attached pictures for more unframed examples:  

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Do you provide matting and framing?

We do not offer professional framing services as this would increase both the risk of damaging the artwork during shipping, and the transport costs due to additional weight. We would, however, be happy to ship your new purchase to your local framer. Please make sure to indicate your framer’s address as your shipping address at the time of purchase. Be sure your framer uses acid-free, non-buffered, archival quality matte, and ask for UV protected glass. Do not have your ketubah dry mounted. Hang your ketubah away from direct sunlight. Framing style is up to you.

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