The Directors of Heritage Picture framing services are Daniel & Jane Bosworth.

We have been involved with collecting and framing works of art since 1986

I, Daniel Bosworth, from a very early age was always interested in carpentry and joinery and in 1961 at the age of nine I started my carpentry career. During my school years I spent my time off from school at Henry Jacksons, Blacksmiths shop in Parson Drove, Cambridgeshire.

Henry Jackson owned a Blacksmiths shop, carpentry and decoration business with Mick Boston who was a carpenter and sign writer.

It was only when I had my own business (ABC Carpentry & Joinery) and looking back in retrospect, that I realised that working with natural materials, having an eye for detail and conserving and restoring like for like led me into another field - the field of historical buildings for English Heritage.

Two of the most memorable milestones in my career was as Project Manager at Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, six Robert Adams houses for National Trust Headquarters for Scotland (opened by Her Majesty the Queen) and St Ethelburga’s Church, Bishopsgate, London.

This involved the Bishop of London, Winston Churchill’s Grandson, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and Terry Waite.  Fine detailed plasterwork, painting and stonework restoration was carried out to the highest and finest specification. Upon completion the building was opened by HRH Prince Charles who I had the privilege of meeting on site. The following are details of other wonderful projects I have either worked on or project managed:

The British Library – carpenter
The Criterion Theatre – carpenter
Restoration to Denston Hall, Newmarket – carpenter
Restoration to Chartery Farm, Denston, Newmarket – carpenter
Restoration to Wimpole Hall, Newmarket – carpenter
Restoration to Trinity College, Cambridge – carpenter
Restoration to Ely Cathedral – carpenter
Restoration to King William IV House, Ely – carpenter
Restoration to Milton Hall Main House, Milton Estate, Peterborough – carpenter
Restoration to Holkham Hall, Norfolk Managing carpentry, gilding and stonework
Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, National Trust Headquarters for Scotland Restoration and Conservation to 6 Georgian Houses. Opened by HRH the Queen - managing carpentry fine detailed plasterwork and stonework - Project Manager
Fota House, Cork, Republic of Ireland. Total Restoration and Conservation managing carpentry fine detailed plasterwork and painting - Project Manager
Restoration/Conservation Stonewall Park Tunbridge Mr & Mrs Fleming- Project Manager
Restoration/Conservation work to St Pancras Station - Quality Manager for Brick & Stonework, value about 70 million pounds.
Charlotte Square: to 6 Robert Adams - Project Manager
Building Conservation Restoration to John Singer Sargent's house on behalf of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Title Street, Chelsea, London - Project Manager
Conservation & Re-Build St Ethelburga's Church, Bishopsgate, London - Project Manager

My family ancestors have a strong skilled involvement in hand crafts from boat building to picture framing businesses.

The ‘Bosworth’ name is one of the oldest houses in picture framing dating back to 1841 by William Bosworth who lived at 17 Kingswell Street, Northampton.


We offer a choice of over 7000 mouldings in a range of styles, colours and finishes to suit every framing requirement.
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Oval &
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Ready made swept or oval frames with that extra ‘wow’ factor, available in various colours, shapes and sizes.
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Mirrors &
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A magnificent range of readymade mirrors and photo frames from Traditional, Venetian Mirror Glass to Modern day and more.
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We have over 400 colours to choose from including conservation boards for that extra protection
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Protective picture glazing is an absolutely vital element of quality framing. Numerous options are available to protect a variety of pictures.
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