One Reason Why
Photos Look Amazing on Bronze Plaques!
All engraved bronze plaques are customizable. Below are several examples of what you can expect from the quality of our bronze plaques. Our engraved bronze plaques are produced using industrial CNC machines. This technology allows us to to offer plaques with superior detail.
A New Standard for Creating Bronze Plaques
Engraved bronze plaques look exactly like traditional cast bronze plaques. The difference is in the detail it offers you for your project. Use engraved bronze plaques when you want to include photos, complex logos or large amounts of text on your plaque.
The photo relief can be felt when you rub your finger over the completed plaque. Below are examples example of the quality of detail you can expect when including photos on your plaque.
For Plaques with Large Amounts of Text
Engraved plaques can fit more text that cast plaques. The machining process allows for a smaller text size than cast plaques. This allows you to include more text on your plaque.
Photo Backgrounds on your Bronze Plaques
Include photos behind the text on your plaques. Below are several great examples of unique bronze plaques. The United States flag is a great choice for military and government plaques. Photo Collage background compliment the story for a commemorative plaque. Consider using multiple photos to create a special dedication or memorial plaque.
Create Engraved Bronze Plaques
Engraved bronze plaques available in any shape and size. Choose from a variety of popular options including, borders, textures, colors, textures and font styles.
1. Choose | Border
The four types of borders available are single, double, bevel and single line bevel.
2. Choose | Background Texture
The four types of background textures we offer are leather, pebble, stucco and smooth.
3. Choose | Background Color
The common colors recommended for bronze.
4. Choose | Font Style
All common Serif and Sans Serif fonts available.
Fonts are classified into two types, Serif and Sans Serif. Serif fonts such as Times New Roman have have small decorative flourishes on the end of the stones of the letters San Serif fonts do not. See Below
5. Choose | Plaque Shape and Orientation
The most common types of plaque shapes for landscape and portrait layouts.