i had an Ansel Adams photograph that inherited years ago. i wanted to get it framed but didn't want to go to a big retailer because i was concerned something might happen to it. i went to beverly hills to get it appraised first and decided to choose the frame depending on what it was worth. well, it turns out the thing is worth over $3000. i couldn't believe it. the appraiser told me that i was crazy to carry it around without a frame. i decided to get one that very day. i happened to be heading home when i saw the sign of the store. I immediately did a u-turn and went to the store. i asked the staff to take special care of the photo and they reassured me that they had many years of experience, even doing some work for bonhams and butterfields and other auctions houses. they helped me choose the right frame and they did the work on the spot. and like they said they took special care for the photo. all finished, my artwork looks not only professional but museum quality. it cost a lot but being that the piece is worth so much i didn't hesitate on spending more. happy with the service and products.