This custom engraved (laser cut ) wall plaque with John Masefield's famous poem "Sea Fever" is made of Cedar with a semi-transparent "battleship-gray" stain. Both the text and art (anchor) are laser engraved.and the painted black for maximum contrast and readability. The entire plaque is clear-coated twice for UV protection. This plaque can be place inside or outside. We can put any text, artwork, or border, ant font type, any color, or make the plaque from HDU, mahogany, cedar, redwood, oak, maple or teak.
Please click on Gallery 31 to see over 450 US DoD, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard plaques and signs.
If you have a crest, a seal, an emblem, a logo, a flag/pennant, a badge, an insignia, a medal, or a shoulder/chest patch, we can make a 2.5D or 3D carved wood or HDU wall plaque of it in any size from 12 inches to 12 feet, for either indoor or outdoor use. We can customize or personalize these plaques with carved text for individual or organization names, achievements, citations, dates, etc.
These can be finished in hand-painted full color, or a variety of bronze, brass, copper, silver-nickel, aluminum or stainless steel coating finishes; 24K gold or silver leaf gilding; or natural and stained wood finishes (see V31002,V31003 and V31003 in Gallery 31)
For more information design on options, prices and delivery schedules, please call us at 951-698-8484 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and our knowledgeable and friendly Customer Service representatives will respond promptly.
To view other Photo Gallery application pages, click on one of the numbered gray boxes on the lower left. All Federal Government civilian branch, department, agency, commission, and bureau plaques and signs are shown in Gallery 30. Other government plaques are shown in Gallery 32 (State Government plaques), and Gallery 33 (County & Local Government, including Police and Fire Department, plaques). University, fraternity and school plaques are shown in Gallery 34, and company logos, club emblems, and sports teams in Gallery 35 (click on numbered gray boxes left margin).
To go to Gallery 31 (Military plaques), please click on "Return to List" below right.