When slate meets nameplate

An unconventional material that delivers eye-catching nameplates. See how.

A good nameplate is essential. And good materials are essential for a good nameplate. Slate is an unconventional material. See how it delivers eye-catching nameplates. Welcomes, too.

 

BRASS APART
The highlights of this signage from Indian Autumn: 5MM thick Brass Letters in a Calligraphic Font. Engraved Door Number. Available in many languages. Backed with a Natural Stone Leather Finish Base and an Option of Frosted or Clear Glass. Also comes with 4 BOLTS. Option of Black Base or Beige Base. And more. 

What’s more.      

 

EARTHY APPEAL
An autumn-themed slate rock name plate from Indian Autumn for your consideration. A touch of beauty for your exteriors. A fitting complement to your tasteful interiors. All of it beckons.

A stately invitation
             

 

CLASSICAL MOVES
Another overture from the house of Indian Autumn. This one is graceful and refined. In simple words, it’s its name – Utkrisht, the Hindi word for classic.

You are welcome 

 

SIMPLY DIVINE
The gods will be on your side, literally, when you put your good name on Vinayaka. And so will be many an appreciative glance towards your doorstep.

No obstacles 

 

FOR NAMING AND OTHER MATTERS: From the best of nameplates in slate to other explorations in utility, art, and creativity, we have a remarkable range of artistic offerings that go beyond the conventional and into over 50 product categories, Put simply, Engrave has something for anyone who appreciates good taste, and ethical making practices. Welcome to the world of Engrave. Welcome to a handcrafted, personalised, and thoughtful world. Hi. 🎁

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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