Framed family tree charts


Framing your chart is an attractive way of displaying it permanently for all to see. We provide a wide range of frame styles from the classic swept frame to modern styles including the frameless mount (canvas charts only).

Please order here or contact us for more information about our framing service.

Please note: please allow at least two weeks for framed charts to be produced – this is what we need to produce a product at the appropriate standard.

Plain gold-framed chart
Modern style gold framed chart
An attractive economically priced frame with gold border and protective glass. Most suitable for ancestral fan and bow-tie charts up to 6 generations.
Overall size 395 x 320mm (15.5” x 12.5“) accommodating a print size 256 x 279mm (14” x 11”). These framed charts are priced at £30 each (plus postage & packing).


Larger gold framed chart
Traditional swept style gold framed chart
A popular classic design, the gold swept frame with protective glass is suitable for ancestral fan and bow-tie charts up to 8 generations.
Overall size 490 x 390mm (19.3” x 15.3“) accommodating a print size 406 x 305mm (16” x 12”) – this is the most popular size and is priced at £55 (plus postage & packing). The swept frame is also available in sizes ranging from 130 x 100 (5” x 3”) to 1520 x 910mm (60” x 36”). Contact us for prices on these sizes.


Canvas Mounted Chart
Frameless mounted stretch-canvas charts
Our frameless mount (available for canvas charts only) is currently very fashionable and allows any size of chart to be accommodated. These products are hand finished to produce a professional finish and can be brush varnished that adds UV protection (the inks we use to print the charts already have a high UV protection built into them) and can give the print the effect of being an original painting.
See our price list to calculate the cost of your charts.

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