Arts and Crafts Era Plaque
Designs from the Arts and Crafts Movement were not nearly as austere as often believed, and the Arts and Crafts Era 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.
It would also complement an Art Nouveau Style and even has a bit of Oriental Design (quite common in Arts and Crafts). 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.
Arts and Crafts Era Plaque Suggestions
- Main Entrance
- The Wilson Family (insert your name)
- Private Entrance
- Private Property
- Smith Bungalow (insert your name)
- Please Remove Shoes
- Director’s Office
- Historic District
- Historic Route
- No Trespassing
- Welcome To Our Home
- Be Merry
Customize and personalize your very own version. It will be classic and beautiful!
Arts and Crafts Era Signs
Our signs are not cast. They are coated with real metal. Our signs are made out of a type of “plastic” (30 pound HDU) that doesn’t warp, rot and is unaffected by weather, so outside is just fine. The metal coating is REAL metal (NOT paint) and chemically bonded to the “ plastic” and won’t flake or peel.