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Inspiration

 

 

METROPOLITAN

 Dating back to the nineteenth century, blue enamel signs were among the first to be mass produced and widely used throughout continental Europe. Our Metropolitan blue collection is meticulously crafted after this archetypal style.

ARROWHEAD

  Our handcrafted porcelain enameled door signs were designed to provide a refined interior and exterior decorative element for your home.

 

LIGHTHOUSE

 At the northernmost tip of Denmark, sits the town of Skagen, a small fishing village turned famous artist colony. Our Lighthouse collection of porcelain enameled signs evokes the intimate and vibrant atmosphere of this influential seaside community.

ENGELHARDT

An Engelhardt enamel sign fits harmoniously with glass, steel and finished concrete. The typography industrial yet refined is at once nostalgic and contemporary. 

 


HIGHLANDER
 

Our black and white Highlander house numbers, address plaques and nameplates offer a sharp contrast to brick and slate, as well as natural and painted wood. The black double trim, elegant serif typeface, and lustrous white surface make it particularly compatible with decorative architectural styles. 

 

DOOR SIGNS

Our handcrafted porcelain enameled door signs were designed to provide a refined interior and exterior decorative element for your home. 

 

 

YARD SIGNS 

Spring has arrived and it’s time to get your outdoor space in shape! Whether you’re planting a garden for the first time or just need to attend to your yard after a long winter, a detailed plan can help make large projects manageable. 

 


VINTAGE SIGNS

What makes vintage signs so appealing? For anybody interested in advertising, graphic design and typography, antique signs can provide a fascinating look into the history of type and logo design–and even slogans. They also can be a pictorial history of industrial design.