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  • Now you can bring the look of Ernest Batchelder to your Arts and Crafts building with The Batchelder Tile Address Plaque. Although, of course, not designed by Ernest Batchelder, his Arts and Crafts tiles are the inspiration for the design of this address numbers plaque. Tiles designed by Batchelder feature an array of seemingly random shapes ranging from animals to geometric squares to abstract images. You might also like the Willow American Craftsman sign. Both are excellent choices for bungalows, craftsman, arts and crafts, and brick and mortar homes.
    Batchelder Tile Address Plaque
  • This stunning American Craftsman Address Sign is perfect for your American Craftsman Home. The font's simple, classic, no-nonsense design would make Frank Lloyd Wright flash one of his famous toothy grins and dance a little jig. We think this is very representative of the American Craftsman movement and a good fit for your bungalow, mission, prairie, or arts and crafts home. You might also be interested in our American Craftsman Historic Plaque or our American Craftsman Business Sign
  • Designs from the Arts and Crafts Movement were not nearly as simple as often believed, and the Arts and Crafts Era Plaque fits right in with the movement. The font is very fitting for the period and is a great design element. Look at the additional images to see where this font will take you. The Hunter Font is pretty fancy so don't get too wordy unless you want a really large sign. Make it a name, phrase or address plaque but keep in mind the numbers are a bit odd to make an address plaque. We recommend the American Craftsman Address Sign for your address plaque.
  • The Rennie Rose Craftsman Plaque has our stylistic twist on the infamous rose by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Would he approve? Lets hope so. We like the little square in the middle and think it filled with a bit of color looks like a jewel. Optional of course and you select the color from the drop down menu as well as size, metal finish and hanger style. Customize the text to to fit your needs. You might also be interested in our Willow Craftsman Address Plaque.
    Rennie Rose Craftsman Plaque
  • The Frank Lloyd Name Plate Plaque serves as a reminder that Frank Lloyd Wright was much more than a architect who designed iconic residential homes. He was also a prolific designer of buildings that range from Synagogues to museums. The FLW Business Sign uses the Wright Designed Eaglefeather Font that can put the finishing touch on most any modern architectural style. You might also be interested in our Arts and Crafts Era Name Plate.
  • Designs from the Arts and Crafts Movement were not nearly as austere as often believed, and the Arts and Crafts Era Name Plate Plaque fits right in with the movement. Floral and natural elements were common and often dominated an entire room. While rebelling against the ornate excesses of Victorian Design, beauty and grace were, nevertheless, showcased in everything from type fonts to textiles. Make it a name, phrase or address plaque- But check out the Hunter Font images to see font. The numbers are a bit odd to make something with numbers.  For an address sign or sign with numbers we recommend the American Craftsman Address Sign which uses the Arts and Crafts font.
  • Our Cattail Craftsman House Numbers make us burst into song. "Pussywillows, cat-tails, soft winds and roses these are a few of my favorite things". Okay, that isn't how the song goes but we think these cattails are a perfect fit with many Mission, Arts and Crafts, Craftsman, or Prairie Style home.
    Cattail House Numbers
  • The Master, Frank Lloyd Wright, designed the Eaglerock project in the 1920s. Although the California house for Charles P. Lowe was never started, the lettering for the venture became the Eaglefeather font. Click on view more images to see the font. Our Eaglefeather Plaque revolves around this terrific Arts and Crafts font. It really epitomizes Wright's break from the California Colonial Style and his use of simple construction materials. This could be the perfect way to showcase your entrance. Of course, with our method, we can design your "Private Drive", "No Soliciting" "No Trespassing" and "Deliveries" Signs to match, bringing architectural continuity to your property. Size of individual numbers are approximate: Size 7.5”W x 18”H x 1” thick 3 numbers: 4 inches tall 4 numbers: 3 inches tall 5 numbers: 2.5 inches tall Size 10”W x 24”H x 1.25” thick 3 numbers: 6 inches tall 4 numbers: 4.25 inches tall 5 numbers: 3.25 inches tall
  • For your American Craftsman Home. The font's simple, classic, no-nonsense design would make Frank Lloyd Wright flash one of his famous toothy grins and dance a little jig. We think this is very representative of the American Craftsman movement and a good fit for your bungalow, mission, prairie, or arts and crafts home. Size of individual numbers are approximate: Size 6”W x 18”H x 1” thick 2 numbers: 6 inches tall 3 numbers: 4.25 inches tall Size 6”W x 24”H x 1.25” thick 3 numbers: 5.5 inches tall 4 numbers: 4.5 inches tall 5 numbers: 3.5 inches tall Size 7.5”W x 30”H x 1.25” thick 3 numbers: 7 inches tall 4 numbers: 5.5 inches tall 5 numbers: 4.25 inches tall
    American Craftsman Sign
  • Taken from our popular Garden Welcome design plaque, but sans butterfly and added the craftsman style Willow Font. Up to 4 numbers across the top. We think the flowers on this plaque add an element that is seldom seen in address plaques. The street name will vary on size based on the name of the street...or perhaps you'll want Welcome instead of your street name. You decide. Fill in the text box; there is plenty of room to describe your desires. Note: on the smaller 18" sign, your numbers will be 2.5" Tall and on the 24" version, the numbers will be 3.5" Tall.
    Poppy Address Plaque