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Glass Options

Not all glass is create equal. There is a distinct difference between UV filtering glazing and glazing that provides UV protection. According to PPFA Guidelines for Framing Works of Art on Paper, for glazing to be labeled as providing UV protection, it must block at least 97% of the UV rays in the 300 to 380 nano-meter range.

Tru Vue Conservation Grade glass and acrylic products offer this high level of protection. In providing at least 97% UV protection, Tru Vue Conservation Grade products are considered “photo-safe” by meeting ISO 18902 and passing ISO 18916.

Glass affects the look of everything inside the frame, so we are ever mindful of how this will affect the underlying colors. We also take into account how light falls on the piece when determining the best choice.

Know which glass option will fit your framing needs best? Start a project with us today and let us know what you need - we are always happy to be of assistance!


Conservation Clear

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Recommended For:

  • Limited Edition Prints

  • Protect items of value

  • UV Block up to 99%


Museum Glass

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Recommended For:

  • Original Works of Art

  • Eliminates Reflections

  • UV Block up to 99%


Premium Clear

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Recommended For:

  • General purpose framing

  • UV Block up to 45%


Premium Clear Acrylic

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Recommended For:

  • General purpose framing

  • Shatter resistance

  • UV Block up to 66%


Reflection Control

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Recommended For:

  • General purpose framing

  • Matte finish reduces glare

  • UV Block up to 45%


Reflection Control Acrylic

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Recommended For:

  • Shatter resistance

  • Matte finish reduces glare

  • UV Block up to 66%



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