Save up to 60% on block mounting and discount vouchers for frames at Framers Workroom
- Save up to 60% on block mounting and discount vouchers for frames
- Over 300 frame types, colours and sizes to choose from
- Frame or box-mount anything from documents and photographs to shoes and memorabilia
- Ideal as a gift
- Valid for 3 months
- One Groupon per person per job
- Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
- Picture displayed is just a representation
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Please allow seven to ten days for completion of framing
Without the proper framing, all pictures would consider themselves equal, causing heated debates over the value of a napkin-doodle versus the photograph of your first encounter with Santa Clause. Ensure your valuables feel valued and save up to 60% on block mounting and discount vouchers for frames at Framers Workroom.
- Pay R130 for an A1 block-mount, valued at R325 (save 60%)
- Pay R109 for an A2 block-mount, valued at R218 (save 50%)
- Pay R99 for R200 to spend towards frames (save 51%)
- Pay R199 for R500 to spend towards frames (save 60%)
With years of experience, a deft-hand and an artwork armoury that would make even the Mona Lisa jealous, the Framers Workroom offer a variety of options for ensuring your valuables are kept protected. Whether it’s photographs, a cherished t-shirt or prized documents like your mother’s original recipe for rusks, the art ambassadors have a frame or box-mount to suit it.
With a choice of over 300 choices of frames in a skittles bag of size, colour and synthetic or wooden variety, there’s no shortage of ways to protect your prized prints and possessions from destructive elements and critics. All you have to do is track down the cherished object or high-end masterpiece you want framed or box-mounted and drop if off with Framers Workroom’s experienced art ambassadors. Of course, they’ll be gentle with your memorabilia and when you get it back, it’ll not only look more valuable and decorative, you can put it on display without worrying about cake-sticky fingers or smudgey dust-marks damaging it.Framed Fact: The first item to ever be box-framed was a set of playing cards. The cards, used by a Navy SEAL in the poker-game during which he won ownership of a very large submarine, are now on display in the United States Museum of Arbitrary Items.
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Framers WorkroomUnit 3 St Michales Park, Howe Street, Observatory
Cape Town 7800