They had glass. I am not sure what kind. The only mat I saw was white, I did not see any options. That being said, I figure the price is so low, if I really hate the mat, it is cheap to get mats cut and replaced. The mats look fine in my home, so I left them in.
It’s just normal, regular glass. BUT if you put in the notes of the order/check-out page that you want non-glare glass, we’ll charge about $20-25, which is way less than a frame shop. If you want a quote, put in the notes, “Contact me via email for a quote on non-glare glass, please.” You may also call 800-455-3211 (m-f, 8a-5p cst) to ask for a quote on non-glare glass. White is the only option for matboard at this time. Thank you for the questions!
This is a widely used industry term. It's a little snobby, so we don't like to popularize it more than we have to, but "Yes." Gallery Direct reproduces framed wall art and canvas artwork as giclée prints on canvas or paper. Giclée prints are part of the modern artisan tradition of fine art reproduction. This era began in 1798 with Lithography and includes Serigraphy (silk screening), first patented in 1907. Giclée, (pronounced "zhee-clay") is French for "spraying" of ink. This process beautifully renders millions of colors. Thanks for the question!