MILWAUKEE — Bresler Eitel Art & Framing might be the best in the business when it comes to custom framing. They've been doing it longer than anyone else in town. In business since the late 1800s, their high-quality work speaks for itself.
"We are Milwaukee's oldest frame shop," beams co-owner Cathy Fricano. "We're the largest fame shop. I offer the largest selection of frames. Whatever anyone needs, we can frame it. We frame artwork, photos, sports memorabilia, and jerseys."
They are experts over here, and they put a lot of passion and love into the work they do for the customer. They also made big adjustments to work with you during this pandemic.
"We've had to make a lot of changes for our business due to pandemic," Fricano admits. "First off, we design in the gallery by appointment which keeps our clients and staff safe. We also offer curbside pickup. When pieces are done, clients can come right to the door - they don't even need to come into the building. We have a contact-less drop-off zone for clients who prefer not to come in and we're able to design through email, phone conference, and zoom chats."
Their high craftsmanship and their attention to detail are what sets them apart
"We frame with the Bucks and we've framed with them for years," says Fricano. "We actually framed the Fiserv Forum on the suite level. We also frame for the Brewers and we framed the Golden State Warriors stadium last year, so we do some big scale framing as well."
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