Application Gallery 20 - Seashore, Beach & Nautical
L21615 - Engraved Cedar Wood Plaque Wall for Seaside Home, with Palm Tree, Moon and Sea
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This natural looking engraved Cedar plaque is an attractive addition to the seaside's home's entrance or in its interior, on the wAll.. The central art is hand-painted from a photo and the text is carved and gold-leaf gilded. We can make a sandblasted or carved beach house, seaside residence, vacation home, or business sign of any design in any size from 2 ft to 14 ft wide. These can be placed on a stucco, stone or brick monument base, between iron or wood posts, or on a wall or gate. We can customize these signs with any shape, border, font style, or color scheme with carved (engraved) or raised text and art of your choice.
The price for custom single-faced entrance signs ranges from approximately $150+ for small size (16 to 24 in wide) signs and plaques up to $1000+ for large signs 6 ft or wider. Double-faced (two sided) signs are 50% more. Monument bases, and wrought iron or wooden posts are in addition to sign prices, and can be purchased separately (see Product Lines 6 and 4.
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