Please provide us with the following information when submitting an inquiry, and someone from the Trefler’s team will help you determine the next steps.

Please describe your item(s) in as much detail as possible. Information such as dimensions, what materials the item is made of (i.e. wood, plaster, porcelain), and your item’s current condition are all very helpful for our experts to make an accurate estimate.

We suggest providing at least three .jpg images per item. These should include; one image of the entire object, and detailed views of the area(s) of damage and/or pieces. 

If you are submitting an inquiry for painting restoration, please provide an additional photograph of the back of the canvas.

Our team will review all inquiries and assess the best course of action to suit your needs.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

    Announcements From our framing Studio

    Custom Framing Special

    To welcome in 2021, Trefler’s is delighted to extend our framing special and offer 15% off your next custom framing project with us! 

    Whether you’re interested in fine art framing, or finding a perfect way to showcase your family photos, our full-service framing studio will work with you directly to create the best display method to suit your unique style, needs and budget. Our talented framers offer expertise in both museum-grade conservation methods and the aesthetic details that make all the difference when highlighting any work of art. Our studio uses protective materials including UV-blocking plexiglass and acid free matting to ensure the longevity of each piece. 

    Trefler’s is currently open for both digital and socially distanced, in person consultations, by appointment only. To maintain the safety of both our staff and community, we strictly adhere to all current CDC guidelines to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. 

    If you are interested in requesting a quote or scheduling a framing consultation, please reach out to us by submitting your inquiry below.

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