Materials used to mount artwork in conservation framing. Strips of Japanese or mulberry paper are torn; starch glue is applied to the strips. The paper art is attached to the acid-free mount only by these hinges. In recent years, a number of hinging products have been introduced, including strips of paste-impregnated mulberry paper that are water-activated.
That material, generally Japanese paper or linen, which is attached to a work of art and is in turn attached to the backing board to maintain the work of art in position. The hinging method of mounting artwork for the purpose of framing or displaying should be done to conservation standards so as not to devalue or permanently alter the art itself.
A listing of hinges supplied by Woodstone on operable units. This listing may refer to an attached hardware schedule with multiple listings for more than one section.
The part of the frame that connect the temples to the frame. Hinges can consist of a simple pin hinge or an optical hinge with a small screen.
Part of the hardware of the frame. The hinges attach to both the temple and front of the frame.
Strips of flexible material used to attach art work to a mat or support, allowing for expansion and contraction of the object.