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  • Here at Kitbags amp; Lockers Ltd we are designers and makers of fine sporting reprints.
  • Our pictures are designed by us in house, and exclusive to us.
  • Our products are created by our Executive Design Team with extensive knowledge within the Creative Art and Design Field. Our pictures are mounted and framed by craftsmen for a timeless piece.
  • As a result of us combining colour with Black and White imagery it creates a significantly vivid and contemporary image fitted within a card mount.
  • In a large Black frame (Size 330mm x 242mm x 16mm Deep). Mounted image size is 12x8 (A4).
  • All our frames are handmade in the UK. We use Polcore mouldings to minimalise the Carbon footprint. Polcore is man made from fully recycled materials. Despite being more costly than wood, we prefer to use this to protect our environment. The range we use features a wood grain finish. This produces a frame that is still aesthetically pleasing to the eye but also friendly to our planet.
  • This frame can be wall hung or used with the stand.
  • The photo carries a digital reprint of the original autograph; it is not the original signed piece itself. Should you have any doubt please contact us before purchase.
  • We are a family run business and will do all we can to resolve any problems. Therefore, we offer a 28-day money back guarantee on all our products. Please contact us before leaving a review if you are unhappy in anyway. We will do all we can to assist.
  • We minimalise the use of plastic in our packaging where we can and use cardboard made from recycled materials. We reuse our boxes and packaging for shipping our products where possable.

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