Personalised Oak Wall Plaques
This special order was commissioned by a lady for her and her husbands fifth wedding anniversary. It was made in the same way as our personalised chopping boards (three pieces of wood joined together) this is for added strength and durability except this particular board was made from English Oak. You are going to have to look hard to find the joins.
These personalised oak wall plaques are really solid pieces of wall art. Above, we engraved a poem, as requested, carving very small lettering in the oak. Cutting each letter perfectly and consistently across the face, using a very fine, custom-made diamond cutter. It’s amazing, these letters are no bigger then 5mm tall and yet so clear to read even at a distance.
Your personalised wooden wall plaque will fit to the wall using our discreet invisible screw head fixings, so once up, it appears to be floating, just like one our house signs or floating shelves – no fittings on show.
Notice the light streaks in the timber. These are called medullary Rays, these are the characteristics of Quarter Sawn Oak. This means the oak has been cut in a very specific way to keep the oak as stable as possible even if it is exposed to moisture.
It is very expensive and extremely high quality! If you see these blonde streaks in oak on the face edge – you know immediately this is very high quality, generally used by furniture makers.
No ones engraving looks quite like ours. It is a combination of machine and hand engraving, combined with very high quality timbers, skilled craftsmen and custom-made cutters that give such spectacular results. Honestly if you really want to see if you are getting something very special take a good look at the images, we hide nothing and are proud of what we produce and it does show, especially at such a close distance.
Customer’s feed back:
My board arrived this morning, thanks so much for getting it here for my anniversary.
That really was 5 star customer service, you did everything you promised and in such a short space of time.