Brushed metal letters with silver komacel returns. This faux letters resembles a solid plate letter. First the pattern is placed on the wall with tape. The letters are then place by hand as parts of the pattern are removed. This guarantees perfect letter placement every time.
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Brushed brass letters installed at Washington Hebrew Congregation in Washington, DC. Brushed face with polished edge and 1/4″ painted black returns. Letters can be pin mounted or installed with 3M very high bond tape. Please take a moment to review more photos of our dimensional letter installations. Thank you for visiting Designs & Signs online.
Community entrance sign for Mariners Cove, a waterfront community is West Annapolis. The letters are brushed aluminum pin mounted into cedar planks. The posts are treated marine pilings wrapped with decorative ropes and protected with copper caps. CLICK HERE to see more photos of our community entrance signs. Please contact us for a quote!
A cast aluminum plaque for Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments in Washington, DC. Brushed raised letters, logo and border. Black recessed leatherette background. The plaque is pin mounted with stainless threaded pins. A paper pattern is used to drill holes into the installation surface for the pins. The pins are tight fitted into the holes […]
Brushed aluminum letters for Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. Brushed plate laser cut aluminum with 1/4 inch returns. The letters are attached to the wall by hand with very high bond 3M double sided tape. A paper pattern is used to place the letters, this insures that all of the letters are placed accurately onto […]
Plexiglass Sign made by Designs & Signs, for Maryland Vision Institute in Hagerstown, MD. The second surface of the plexiglass is sandblasted with “The Berman Building” in relief. On the first surface brushed aluminum letters are installed with VHB tape. The plexiglass sign is mounted with four stainless steel bolts with decorative caps. Please take […]