There are endless combinations of frame, mount, mat, and plexi/glass glazing.

Traditional prints are mounted, matted, and framed. Acrylic prints can be framed or frameless with a mounting fixture on the back.  Prints can be purchased bare and rolled for the buyer to frame. They may be mounted and shipped as rigid media for the buyer to frame. They may be fully framed and ready to hang; this adds to the delivery time and cost.

Glazing is a major consideration in all prints, as it is the window through which a print is viewed. There is glass, museum glass, standard acrylic and museum acrylic. It makes a big difference in cost.

Choose from Roma or Larson Juhl mouldings.

There are thousands of mouldings and I have no idea which are in stock. I do no in-house framing. Contact me for particulars.