Shirts are not just limited to football shirts, although these are the most common. Below are examples of jockey silks, rugby shirts, cricket jumpers and a golf T-shirt.
The framing does not have to be confined to the shirt on its own. Other items can be included within the design to tell more of a story. This can include photographs, badges, tickets, programs and other mementoes.
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One of a number of jobs we have done to do with the Olympics. The GB team flag and logo were our additions.
A typical shirt framing job but with the addition of the English Rose built into the bottom corner of the mount. The rose was actually on one of the labels that came attached to the shirt, I thought it made a nice design feature.
These are the racing silks of Lord Derby. In the corner is an original cigarette card of the 1924 Epsom Derby winning jockey Tommy Weston. Currently on display at Honeywood Museum Sutton.