The Small box is our smallest art shipping box.
Its dimensions are 60 x 80 x 9.5 cm.
The maximum frame/work size is 53 x 70 x 6 cm.
Free Delivery is available in Belgium, Holland, France, Germany, Luxemburg and the United Kingdom.Add to cart to see delivery options for your region
From January 30, there will be delivery delays due to a high increase in our sales for this product. Count 7 — 14 days extra for delivery. We're doing our best to limit delays.
It will fit any work up to 53 x 70 x 6 cm.
Each Small box is made of the sturdiest kraft liner cardboard so it can stand the wear and tear of freight cargo. To make packing easy, it comes with 2 layers of convoluted foam and 1 middle layer of soft, perforated foam. Our middle layer has perforations in the center to make it easy to match the foam to the size of your work. No tools are needed to remove enough perforated squares to form an opening evenly encasing the artwork. You will only need tape to close the box. Our boxes eliminate the need to hire an art shipping company to pack and ship the work. The box is easy re-open and re-close so it can be re-used as often as you want.
Our boxes come in two variants. Standard boxes will do most things you require from them. Our Premium Lined boxes are reinforced with front and back puncture guards. The strength of plywood without the weight. So you'll save on shipping costs. You'll need a small drill to get through them so they'll protect your work from unwanted intruders and make your Premium box the safest place for your work to be while in transit. Working with professional materials gives you the best protection. And you'll make a great impression when shipping work out.
- Dimensions: 60 x 80 x 9.5 cm
- Max Frame Size: 53 x 70 x 6 cm
- Volume Weight: 219
Dimensions are the exterior measurements of the box.
Max frame size specifies the recommended maximum size for your artwork to be packed in our Small box to enjoy maximum protection.
Volume weight is the sum of L (longest side) + (2x W) + (2x D). This is the number courier services use to determine if a parcel is accepted for their service and to determine shipping charges.