Yes we do, though our primary focus has been in framing works of art from the Impressionist period forward. We are called upon occasionally to frame earlier European works, especially when conservation concerns are pre-eminent. Photography, from its inception through the present, is one of our specialties as well. We welcome the opportunity to frame works from other traditions: Japanese and Chinese scrolls, Tibetan thangkas and Native American leather and beadwork are all works with which we have considerable experience. Tiles, mosaics, and other objects, among them recently a Louis Sullivan elevator door, are among those for which we have designed special hardware and frames.