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What are Daler-Rowney mount boards?
Daler-Rowney mount boards provide an easy way to frame and protect your artwork. Certified by the Fine Art Trade Guild and made in England, Daler-Rowney mount boards offer a distinctly different appearance that makes any piece of artwork stand out from its competitors.
Daler-Rowney certified mount boards
Daler-Rowney produces mount boards for a variety of projects, and each mount board is certified by the Fine Art Trade Guild.
One of the main appeals of the Daler-Rowney mount boards range is its continuance of the manufacturing of Conservation mount boards in the United Kingdom. As all mount boards in the Daler-Rowney range are produced in the United Kingdom from high-quality virgin wood pulp, artists can be assured that they receive high-quality products that are as attractive as they are functional.
As all Daler-Rowney’s picture mounting boards use harvested pulp from managed forest estates in Europe, they are a sustainable choice for conscious artists. Daler-Rowney’s managed estates exist solely to produce mount boards, and the estate always plants more trees annually than are felled.
Tools within the Daler-Rowney mount boards range
Amongst Daler-Rowney’s mount boards are the signature white core mounting boards and black core mounting boards.
Featuring conservation-grade cores that are crafted from alpha cellulose fibres, Daler-Rowney’s white mounting boards are produced in several thickness levels for an ideal fit. With frames that are guaranteed to remain soft and natural over time, Daler-Rowney’s white picture mounting boards guard effectively against vicious atmospheric pollutants.
For a bolder look, artists may wish to opt for Daler Rowney’s black mounting boards. Daler-Rowney’s black mounting board range is made from 100% recycled fibres, and each mounting board contains a carbon black core. This core creates the richest and deepest blacks imaginable, which gives depth and range to any piece of artwork. Both lignin free and pH neutral, Daler-Rowney’s black mount boards are built to stand the test of time.
Should you be looking for more professional mount boards, Daler-Rowney’s Conservation mount boards are an excellent choice. Conforming to the Fine Art Trade Guild requirements for Conservation at level 2, the Conservation mount boards are lignin-free with no optical brighteners. The Conservation picture mounting boards are also bleed-resistant, colourfast, and heavily resistant, so you can rest assured that any framed art will be suitably protected.
For artists that are looking for a range of different colours and formats, Daler-Rowney’s Cream Core mount boards are a solid option. Available in 96 colours and formats, there is a perfect match available for any artist. Each standard picture mounting board in the Cream Core range is labelled as ‘Texture’ or ‘Ingres’, which refers to a textured or moderately textured surface, respectively. Share your work with#DalerRowney.
Features of Daler-Rowney Mountboards
Manufactured in the UK
Daler-Rowney’s mount boards are manufactured in the UK on environmentally conscious, managed estates.
All mount boards within the Daler-Rowney range are made from virgin wood pulp for a stunning finish.
Guard against atmospheric pollution
Specifically designed to protect artwork, Daler-Rowney’s picture mounting boards are calcium carbonate buffered to effectively guard against atmospheric pollution.
Excellent durability and longevity
The acid-free face paper used in Daler-Rowney’s mount boards are acid-free, colourfast, and bleed-resistant for a fuss-free and durable framing experience.
Fine Art Trade Guild approved
Daler-Rowney’s mount boards are Fine Art Trade Guild approved to enable consumers to make informed choices.
The sheer range of mount boards available through Daler-Rowney ensures that every art project can be adequately protected.
Discover the Daler-Rowney mount boards range
Explore the full Daler-Rowney range to discover the perfect mount board for framing your art. Endlessly durable with stunning finishes, the Daler-Rowney mounting board range remains one of the best options for artists wishing to protect their work.