Charcoal bamboo drawings & Cranes Winter Watercolor Pain

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Roberta
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Charcoal bamboo drawings & Cranes Winter Watercolor Pain

Post by Roberta » Jan 21, 2010 9:33 pm

I am interested in purchasing Mr. Wang's 2 charcoal bamboo drawings. What is the cost for matting and framing these 2 drawings?

When will Cranes Winter Watercolor Painting be able for purchase? Do you the cost for matting and framing?

What is the typical delivery time?

Thanks,
Roberta

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Gary
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Post by Gary » Jan 21, 2010 9:53 pm

We only offer that service for artwork this large if you are planning to pick the artwork up at our San Diego studio. It would be too large and easily-damaged to ship.

The cost for matting and framing is about $130 each depending on your selection of moulding. If you go cheap on everything, it could be as low as $90. If you want some special stuff like Italian moulding and acrylic glazing, it could be as much as $200.

Cranes winter-themed artwork can be found here:
http://www.orientaloutpost.com/search.php?q=winter

I can frame one of these for about $80. In a pinch, this size can be shipped for an extra $15.

Cheers,
-Gary.

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