Shipping & Framing

Shipping information

So you’ve just bought your Emma de Polnay artwork or merchandise – what happens now?

Here’s the skinny on shipping costs and durations

UK Shipping

TypeCostTime
Merchandise and unframed smaller artworks (up to A3 / 29 x 42)FreeWithin 7 days
Unframed originals & prints 
Includes original and print sizes – 56 x 36 / 73 x 56 / 84 x 56 (all cm)
FreeWithin 7 days
Framed canvas or board (no glass)  – Small£25Within 7 days
Framed canvas or board (no glass) – Medium £55Within 7 days
Framed canvas or board (no glass) – Large£75Within 7 days

Shipping artworks framed with glass (glazed) requires specialist professional packing – please enquire

Prices start at £50 for UK shipping of small works 

Framed with glass –  Small, Medium & Large

Local delivery (East Sussex only) or pick-up from Emma’s home / artist studio in Kemp Town Brighton is highly recommended

Contact Emma to discuss

Overseas Shipping

**Overseas shipping is all TBA = To be arranged.

Anything is possible, but we need to get a shipping quote for you first.

TypeCostTime
**Merchandise and unframed smaller artworks (up to A3 / 29 x 42)£20Within 14 days
**Unframed originals & prints 
Includes original and print sizes – 56 x 36 / 73 x 56 / 84 x 56 (all cm)
£40Within 14 days
**Framed canvas or board (no glass)  – Small£TBAplease enquire
**Framed canvas or board (no glass) – Medium £TBAplease enquire
**Framed canvas or board (no glass) – Large£TBAplease enquire

Shipping artworks framed with glass (glazed) requires specialist professional packing – please enquire

Overseas shipping starts from £100 (not recommended)

Contact Emma to discuss

Framing

Emma can advise on framing, framers and also arrange for your artwork to be framed on a case-by-case basis.

Pick-up or delivery of the finished artwork will need to be arranged directly with the chosen framer.

Originals on paper

I suggest a float mount and (slightly) boxed frame. Any good framer will know exactly what to do here

If you want to go for a window mounted finish, you’ll need the artwork dry mounted – this can be risky as the original can occasionally get ruined in the process. The results can be wonderful but it’s the risk you take.

Giclee prints

Same as above really but if you go for a window mount, you won’t need to dry mount the work as it’s already flatter than an original. With a window mount, I recommend a double mount (gives you an inner border) to really set the artwork off beautifully

Ask Emma about Framing 

Float mounting examples

Window Mount – Examples