Located in Concord since 1985, Frame-ables provides the highest quality in custom framing, fine art, and art restoration to the Concord and Boston area. We specialize in framing all types of memorabilia, from budget conscientious projects to hand carved, gold leaf, finished corner frames. You can trust your valued treasures to our skilled staff. We use the latest in archival methods and materials to preserve your artwork for generations to come.

 Gallery 111 at Frame-ables features artists and artisans known locally and internationally.
We carry pottery, antique maps, and engravings featuring Concord and Boston. 

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A new addition to our Guatemalan collection!

A craft handed down through several generations, these  bracelets are made with Bronze or Alpaca metals, and a colorful variety of 100% polyester hemp. Adjustable to any size wrist! Wear one, or several for a colorful collection!

A portion of the purchase of any item from our Guatemalan collection goes to Worthy Village, a 501c3 non-profit organization that helps to support the Mayan artisans and their families!
                New!  In Gallery 111~

                                     The Flats

                                        artist, Andrea Zall

                                                                   21 x 16 (framed)

  From Our Original Art Selection~

  Jeffrey's Neck
   artist, Dan Shaw

    oil on canvas panel (framed)
 Our Guatemalan Mayan collection of hand woven scarves,
 table runners and bags!
Our newest arrival of goods from Guatemala are all hand woven by the native Mayan women. Soft and colorful with beautiful abstract patterns! Our large weekender bags and our smaller cross body bags are a combination of hand woven textiles with the soft texture and wonderful smell of leather! Frame-ables is donating a portion of the sales of these products back to the non-profit organization called Worthy Village, which helps to support these artisans!
                      Concord is steeped in History!

                "In Freedom's Cause"  are four reproductions of
           Amos Doolittle's famous paintings of the battles of
                         Lexington and Concord on April 19th, 1775.
               Framed using archival materials in wood frames.
                                          Available as a set or individually.

   Three Dimensional Wood Charts

   Maps from the Boston and Cape Cod areas of Massachusetts,
   as well as New Hampshire and Maine, these finely detailed,
   laser cut wood maps depict popular harbors and lakes.
   See more on our Gallery 111 page!


Pottery by Peggy Walsh   

Made on a potter's wheel and hand glazed,    each piece of pottery by Peggy Walsh   
is an original, one-of-a-kind piece   
for your shelf or table!