Japanese woodblock prints are a traditional form of art that can command high prices and are often bought as an investment. I was presented with a tryptic of images by a customer which therefore required conservation framing to preserve their fragility and value. A museum 100% cotton rag board was chosen to mount them and 3 apertures cut to frame them together. Photographs show the mulberry paper hinges used with a starch paste glue which is fully reversible so as not to damage the art. Framed with a minimal frame requested by the customer and conservation clear 99% UV protective glass to finish the conservation standard framing. As with all art of value it is recommended to hang it out of direct sunlight, beware of temperature changes and of course damp.