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Nyack Photo, Picture & Mirror Framing (10960)

Heritage Frame & Picture Co. offers custom picture frames, custom mirror frames, art restoration and art installation throughout Nyack, New York 10960. Founded in 1878 in Manhattan, N.Y. , Heritage Frame is one of the oldest and highest rated custom framing shops Nyack and the United States.

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Ted Howell, owner and 4th generation custom framing craftsmen, has been working in the picture framing business since he was a child. As an apprentice to his father, Ted handmade his first custom photo frame when most kids were still just learning how to tie their shoes.

Ted is dedicated to providing excellent customer service, the most selection of custom frames as well as the best photo and picture frames, matting and  framing hardware. Though Heritage Frame’s main photo framing shop is located in Tarrytown, NY, Ted has an abundance of clients in Nyack. In addition, if you are in Nyack, New York and are looking for FREE picture and photo framing estimates, call Ted Howell at (914)332-5200.

Furthermore, if you call Ted, he will make an appointment to meet with you at your Nyack home or office. When you meet, Ted will have with him a variety of picture frames, matting and hardware according to your request. As an added bonus, Ted will also show you via computer, a digital rendering of how your photo, mirror, posters, diploma, award, letter object, antiques or anything else you want to frame will look when framed.

Heritage Frame may be 140 years old and established during the 19th century, but it operates a 21 century picture framing, art restoration and art installation business in Nyack.

If you would like to try our online custom photo and picture framing technology, click here. Once there you will be provided with directions on how to operate the digital framing software. After you identify the picture, photo or mirror frame you would like to order, save the image and share it with Ted Howell. Ted will either meet with you in Nyack or have your picture shipped to Heritage Frame to be custom framed.

The picture and photo framing business has changed since Ted Howell’s great grandfather opened the family’s first photo, art restoration and picture installation shop, NY Frame, near Wall Street, New York. The photo framing business has introduced new technology, more framing and matting options and even more conveniences.Still, what remains the same is the need for expert picture framing craftsmen, experienced art restoration experts and knowledgeable art installation technicians. These skills is what makes Heritage Frame unique and even more important to the custom framing and corporate framing industry than in 1878.

Heritage Frame works with and has provided custom picture framing, restoration and installation services for Nyack interior designers, hotels, restaurants, banks, record and film companies, sports teams, art galleries, art collectors, museums, non profits, financial firms, buildings, offices, corporate events and for private art collectors.

Heritage Frame works with clients throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Chicago, Phoenix, Arizona, California to name a few.

Many of Heritage Frame local New York City clients are located near Nyack as well. This list includes towns in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess County, New York.

We provide custom picture, mirror and photo frames, corporate framing, art restoration and art installation for Westchester County and NYC. Pleasantville Picture Framing (10570)Tarrytown Picture Framing (10591)Sleepy Hollow Picture Framing (10591),Scarborough Custom Picture and Mirror Framing (10510)Briarcliff Manor Picture Framing (10510)Ossining Picture Framing (10562),Irvington Picture Framing (10533)White Plains Picture Framing (10602,10603) , Manhattan Picture Framing, NYC Picture Framing,Greenwich Picture Framing(10012, 10013, 10014)Stamford Picture Framing (12167), Purchase Picture Framing (10577)Harrison Picture Framing (10528)Rye Picture Framing (10580)Scarsdale Picture Framing (10583)Hartsdale Picture Framing (10530), Nyack Picture Framing (10960), Piermont Picture Framing (10968, 10976), Croton Picture Framing (10520)Chappaqua Picture Framing (10514), Queens Picture Framing, Bronx Picture Framing, New York City Picture Framing, New Jersey Picture Framing.

If you are looking for custom picture, art, photo or mirror  framing in Nyack NY, call Heritage Frame & Picture Co.

We give FREE photo, art, mirror and picture frame estimates and quotes. We also give FREE art restoration and art installation quotes and estimates.

Our picture and photo framing shop is located near you in Nyack , New York.

Heritage Frame & Picture Co.
 

8 Main Street
Tarrytown, NY 10591
USA

Phone: 212-233-3205
Phone: 914-332-5200
Email: Ted@HeritageFrame.com

 

 

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Hartsdale Picture, Photo and Mirror Framing

Hartsdale, New York is famous for many reasons, this includes one of the oldest picture photo framing businesses in the country, Heritage Frame & Picture Co.

Hartsdale residents and business owners have a lot to be proud about as they look into the town's history. As history buffs, this is one of the reasons Heritage Frame enjoys installing custom photos, art and pictures as well as restoring art in Hartsdale. Discussing and discovering more about Hartsdale and the surrounding towns history, makes each service call another enjoyable moment. 

 

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Owner of Heritage Frame & Picture Co, which itself was founded in 1878, Ted Howell, a 4th generation master picture framing and art restoration craftsman, always welcomes the opportunity to discuss the vibrant history of both Heritage Frame and that of Hartsdale. In fact, he loves to share pictures and photos from "the old days" which was before Ted was born. If you would like to see some turn of the century photos and learn more about Heritage Frames' history, click here. 

Before we go to far, if you are looking to have your photo, picture, poster, certificate, portrait, diploma or anything else custom framed or need to have art restored or installed (commonly known as art hung) call us at 914-332-5200. Yes, we do give FREE custom framing, art restoration and installation estimates. We also come to your location and can meet with you after hours and weekends.

We work with interior decorators, galleries, museums, not for profits, banks, law firms, hotels, private art collectors, office buildings and residential buildings. We are known for our expert corporate framing and for participating in corporate events where we install art, provide corporate gift framing as well as ship and secure the art so it is transported safely.

We ship and pick up art from anywhere and everywhere. Please can contact us on our website by clicking here or call us at 914-332-5200 -or- 212-233-3205.    

Furthermore, if you would like to try our online custom photo framing system where we have a large assortment of frames, matting and hardware, please click here or go to our online custom photo framing page by clicking here to learn more.

More than picture and photo framing, Heritage Frame is part of the Hartsdale and Westchester, New York community. We have served many happy and satisfied customers for almost 140 years who refer us to their friends, family and co-workers. We treat all of our customers like valued clients. In fact, Google Reviews rate us as a 5 stars photo and picture framing business.

So now that we have gotten that out of the way, I want to share with you some of the great historical facts about Hartsdale, N.Y.. This rich history is one of the reasons why many photographers and artist visit, work and reside in Hartsdale. It allows them to capture the beauty of a town who still has old world charm with new world technology, amenities and flavor.

The following content is a wonderful read and borrowed from Wikipedia. At the end there will be a link to the page to learn a lot more. So just remember, grab your camera, your drawing pencils and paint brushes. Capture the beauty and history of Hartsdale. We would love to design a custom frame for you to display in your home, office, business or event. 

Photos, art, music, buildings, architecture and antiques allow us to embrace the past while living in the present. It is also a great way to add to your interior design work, some of the past as it brings with it a richness that can only be found by going back in time. Restoring artworks, hanging them in your restaurants, hotels, conference rooms and home make great conversation pieces and help them increase in value. 

Please enjoy the read from Wikipedia...

 Hartsdale, a CDP/hamlet/post-office in the town of Greenburgh, New York, lies on the Bronx River just 20 miles (32 km) north ofNew York City. It is served by the Metro-North Harlem River commuter rail line into Grand Central Terminal. Hartsdale is the home of America's first canine pet cemetery (started by veterinarian Samuel Johnson in 1896), and the world's first Carvel Ice Cream store (1934), which closed in 2008.[1]

Hartsdale's earliest settlers were the Weekquaeskeeks (sometimes spelled Weekquasgeeks), a sub-tribe of the Algonquian tribe that lived in most of southern New York, from Westchester down through Manhattan. Weekquaeskeek is an Algonquian term believed to mean "place of the bark kettle", and this kettle appears in the Greenburgh town seal today.

After the earliest British colonialists arrived, the area was developed under the manor system when Frederick Philipse, a Dutch merchant and British Loyalist, was "given" the land by the British government. As lord of his Philipse Manor, he leased his land to tenant farmers who, at least for a time, were believed to have lived alongside their Native American neighbors.

There is evidence to show that Hartsdale played a significant role during the Revolutionary War, some of which still stands today. On October 28, 1776, a Revolutionary War battle was fought alongside the Bronx River, near the site of the current Hartsdale train station. The Odell House (on Ridge Road, built in 1732) served as the headquarters for the French general the Comte de Rochambeau, and is where the count and George Washington are supposed to have formed an alliance leading to the Battle of Yorktown. The house was later named after John Odell, Washington's guide who bought the house in 1785. In 1965, his descendants deeded the house to the Sons of the American Revolution, and today the house is in severe decay, awaiting funds to transform it into a museum.

After the Continental Army and American colonialists won the Revolutionary War, Frederick Philipse III (third lord of the manor and great-grandson to Frederick Philipse I) fled, his land was confiscated and sold to the remaining farming tenants, many of whom were descendants of the Hart family. The intersection of Central Park Avenue and Hartsdale Avenue was named "Hart's Corners" after Robert Hart, one of these farmers who successfully bid for the land, and in the mid-19th century the entire area became known as "Hartsdale".

The area remained largely agrarian until 1865, when Eleazar Hart deeded land for the development of the New York and Harlem Railroad line into Manhattan, setting the stage for Hartsdale to change into a more cosmopolitan commuter village. Between 1880 and 1940, large tracts of farmland and estates were subdivided and converted into private houses and apartments at a furious pace. By the 1960s, almost no remaining farmland was left for sale.

In 1904, the successful German-Jewish banker Felix M. Warburg (1871–1937) purchased large tracts of land to build his 500-acre (2.0 km2) "Woodlands" estate in Hartsdale, a summer home next to the country club where he and his wife Frieda Schiff Warburg (1876–1958) spent considerable time. The estate would later become an important site in the history of modern American ballet, when on June 10, 1934, their son Edward M. M. Warburg (1908–1992) helped produce the first American performance of George Balanchine's masterpiece "Serenade". In keeping with the family's philanthropic efforts, Frieda Schiff Warburg, on her death in 1958, bequeathed a remaining 150 acres (0.61 km2) to the town of Greenburgh to build a public school. These 150 acres (0.61 km2) are now the home of the Greenburgh Central School District (formerly called Greenburgh Central 7 School District) and Woodlands High School. The main Warburg mansion currently serves as the school district headquarters, but other remnants from the original estate grounds can still be seen standing in the surrounding woods and neighboring streets. The Warburg family's New York City home would later be donated to become the Jewish Museum of New York.

On February 9, 1928, Hartsdale made history when the Scottish inventor John Logie Baird (1888–1946) transmitted the world's first inter-continental short-wave television signal from a transmitter (call sign 2KZ) in Coulsdon, Surrey (a suburb of London) to his colleague O. G. Hutchinson in the cellar of Robert M. Hart, an amateur radio operator (call sign 2CVJ) in Hartsdale.[5]

In 1932, Henry Jacques Gaisman, inventor and founder of the Gillette safety razor blade, purchased 136 acres (0.55 km2) of land along Ridge Road, most of which he purchased from George A. C. Christiancy, son of the former U.S. minister to PeruIsaac Peckham Christiancy. In 1952, at age 82, Gaisman married his nurse Catherine "Kitty" Vance Gaisman, aged 33, a former Catholic nun. In 1957, he and his wife Catherine (Mrs. Henry J. Gaisman) passed the title for his land to the New York Archdiocese for $600,000, with the agreement that they could live there as long as they wished. Mr. Gaisman died in 1974 at age 104, and Mrs. Gaisman remained on the estate until she moved to Connecticut in 1995. In 1999, the estate was saved from sale and development when the Town of Greenburgh acquired the property and reopened it as the Hart's Brook Nature Preserve. Part of the agreement included the preservation of some portion of the estate as a home for retired Catholic nuns. Today the Catherine and Henry J. Gaisman Foundation continues to donate large amounts of money to support medical research.

WOW. Isn't that an exciting read. So the next time you need to decorate or want to display photos, artwork, old newspaper articles, letters or other antiques, you can probably find a whole assortment in your own backyard in Hartsdale.

If you want to meet with us at Heritage Frame & Picture Co or would like to speak with Ted Howell, you are always welcome to call us or stop by our framing shop.

Heritage Frame & Picture Co

8 Main Street
Tarrytown, NY 10591
USA

Phone: 212-233-3205
Phone: 914-332-5200
Email: Ted@HeritageFrame.com

Please download our brochure by clicking here.

If you would like to read more about the history of Hartsdale, here is the link to the page.

Greenwich Village NY and SOHO Photo, Art & Mirror Framing

Greenwich Village NY Photo, Art & Mirror Framing shop, Heritage Frame & Picture Co, is the oldest and most experienced art restoration and installation  business in New York. In the framing business since 1878, HeritageFrame.com is a 4th generation business that has evolved into a 21 century framing shop.

Heritage Frame is one of the few custom framing shops that offers its clients private appointments at their home or place of business. In addition, Heritage Frame picks up art, photos, diplomas, poster, memorabilia from anywhere and can ship it everywhere. And to keep up with the evolution in the framing industry as well as technology, Heritage Frame offers online custom framing. 

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The online custom framing allows Greenwich Village and SOHO customers as well as all of our clients the opportunity to upload their digital pictures and have them digitally framed. By doing this, the customer is able to see what the artwork, photo or picture looks like in various frames, materials and matting. Furthermore, along with custom online framing, users can also choose the background and wall colors. Doing this lets customers see how the framed work would look in their home, office or business.

Heritage Frame has special programs where we work with interior designers, interior decorators, photographers and art galleries. We understand the challenge of having to trust a framing shop with valuable artworks and photos. Having been in the framing and art restoration business for 140 years, we know how to protect, store, ship and care for valuable artworks. This makes Heritage Frame an important partner with art collectors as well.

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One of our other specialities is that we provide corporate framing and art installation at corporate events and displays. Our SOHO and Greenwich Village clients include banks, law firms, sport teams, entertainment companies, restaurants, hotels and non profit businesses. We work closely with our clients to make sure events are managed properly and that the art is framed, shipped and installed safely.

Ted Howell, owner and master framing craftsmen is a 4th generation framing expert. He personally works with you to make sure you choose the right frame that compliments your art, photo, diploma or painting. Due to the large variety of frames from metal, wood, antique, silver, gold as well as museum quality, Ted's knowledge helps his clients select a frame they are happy with for many years.

Do you offer FREE custom picture, mirror or photo frame quotes or estimates in SOHO or Greenwich Village, NY (10012, 10013, 10014)?

Heritage Frame does give FREE custom framing, art restoration and art installation estimates in Greenwich, NY. All quotes are free and there is no obligation to buy. In addition, due to the online custom framing technology, Greenwich framing customers are encouraged to upload their digital pictures so they can get a better idea of what type of art frame they are searching for.

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Heritage Frame has its framing shop in Tarrytown NY but we do make house calls. To set up a private appointment at your location or ours located 

Heritage Frame & Picture Co.

8 Main Street
Tarrytown, NY 10591
USA

Please call or email us at:

Phone: 212-233-3205
Phone: 914-332-5200

Email: Ted@HeritageFrame.com

 

 

Please download our brochure by clicking here.

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