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Archive for ‘March, 2014’

Speedy Service

From: Vicki Bloomfield <bloomfields@.……………
Date: 27 March 2014 17:22
Subject: Re: Order Ref: 1403.SV.044 Consignment Number TS1349203
To: The Sign Maker <dispatch.signmaker@gmail.com>

Thanks very much for such a speedy service.
Cheers
Vicki

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Traditional Brass House Signs

Brass is very reflective – one of these brass house sign photos was taken on a wall , the other facing the sky. It is very traditional but does need to be kept polished. Maybe that is a good thing – if you see a house with a beautifully polished brass sign – it does tell you something about the person living there! If you are not having a wooden backing board we would suggest using 3mm top quality engravers brass. The font here is  Lucida Caligraphy. ref – 1403.SE.014

Traditional and beautiful - Polished Brass  ref 1403.SE.014

Traditional and beautiful – Polished Brass ref 1403.SE.014

Memorial Plaque

From: M.G.Heeley <mheeley@
Date: Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 8:12 PM
Subject: Memorial plaque for Frances Cappuccini
To: The Sign Maker <proofs.signmaker@gmail.com>

Dear Signmaker Team,

I just wanted to write and say how very pleased I and my colleagues at
Offham School are with our memorial plaque which you recently produced
for us.
This fine, good quality memorial is exactly what we wanted and will
have pride of place in our little village school, serving as a lasting
memory of our dear friend, and colleague Frankie.

Thankyou

Wendy Heeley

On behalf of Offham Primary School

Mercy Ships

From: Steve Cook <steve.cook@mercyships.org.uk>
Date: 14 March 2014 15:00
Subject: FW: Spare Wheel Covers

Hi Anne & Laura

I have received a very positive feedback from our hospital ship Transport Manger on the spare wheel covers you produced for Mercy Ships at the end of last year; they look great on our fleet of Toyotas and really stand out well.

Thank you for such a great job

Kind Regards

Steve Cook

www.mercyships.ork.uk