Delivery Info


What are the postage & packaging costs?


We try our best to keep our postage and packaging costs as low as possible, so it’s always best to ask for a quick quote first and we will try and use the cheapest method depending on what you are ordering. Below is a guide to some prices.

Framed Prints £14.99 Per Box
Large framed prints such as A1 print size framed at £34.99 each
Prints up to A4 = £3.99
prints up to A3 = £5.99
Prints in a wide tube including A1 at £7.99 (max of five to six prints per tube.
Unlimited prints & mounted Prints via courier at £14.99


Flat Packed
Postage & packaging costs vary depending on items ordered. A4 prints can usually go via Royal Mail with a standard first class service at £3.99. A3 prints and A4 mounted images (up to 2 mounted prints) can go via the Royal Mail small parcel first class at a cost of £5.99, usually flat packed between MDF. Please note for A3 prints if your image has a border on top of the A3 printed area this may take the total size above Royal Mail’s standard small parcel size and this will have to go via the Royal Mail medium parcel size which is £7.99.

Prints in tubes
Prints can be sent flat packed or in a tube. Tubes are sturdy and extra wide for fine art prints. Price is £7.99 per Tube and you can fit approx. five prints in one tube.

For larger orders there is a charge of £14.99 for our courier service. This is for all mounted prints, regardless of the numbers ordered you will pay just one charge.

Framed Orders
For framed orders we will try and send as many frames in each package as we can and this fee is £14.99, but this is per box. So if you order 12 frames and they have to be sent in three packages the cost would be £44.97
For A1 framed prints the postage charge is £34.99 each frame. They have to be sent as a different service due to the size when packaged and have to be packaged with considerable care and more materials to avoid damage at this size.

Damage is extremely rare due to how well each item is packaged. Very few companies will send out real glass frames in the post, but due to the way we package the frames we have very few issues. Our boxes are especially made with heavy duty cardboard, often reinforced with MDF on the inside. Plenty of bubble wrap is also used. Obviously if anything does arrive damaged it will be quickly replaced.

What courier do you use?

We have a courier account with Parcelforce and send smaller items out via Royal Mail.

Picture frame packaging