If you have chosen Able Engraving and Design Ltd. for your engraved brass plaques or nameplates, you can be sure that you have selected a quality, durable, and attractive piece. Continue reading
The material used to make a memorial plaque should ideally be able to withstand weather elements. Additionally, it should be great for ornamentation and shaping purposes. We, at Able Engraving and Design, understand the devastation and grief that occurs when a person you love passes away. Continue reading
But beyond that, it is the message written that makes the difference.
At Able Engraving & Design, we take a similar approach to engrave messages. We believe that an engraved message doesn’t need to be funny, witty, or complicated. But it must be relevant and thoughtful.
Instead of using your birth names, consider using your nickname as it makes the engraved gift more personal. Keep in mind that most engraved gifts from Abel Engraving & Design are discrete – it is only the wearer who sees the engraving.
2. Keep the message simple
We all know that an engraved gift has no much room for text. Consider keeping the message as simple as you can. All that needs to be written is the date and your initials – the association of the date and the personalisation of the name will speak for themselves.
3. Use different languages
A foreign language will definitely add some flavor to an engraved gift. For instance, you can use French, which is an incredible default option and a style full of love – but tapping or exploiting into a personal story that involved a foreign visit can be the best excuse for romantic languages.
4. Use different fonts
When writing a letter, you might never use different fonts, but engraving has a history of making use of multiple fonts as it adds a positive impact.
5. Engrave something unanticipated
The fact that engraving is considered to be a traditional craft it does not mean that the language used should be antiquated. Making use of the odd emoji and expressions that are very common between two persons make the gift more and more personal.
Are you looking for a laminated or stainless-steel engraved gift? At Able Engraving & Design, we make use of the latest equipment and technology to manufacture our engraved products to the highest possible standard. We are delighted to handle orders for small and large quantities.
Besides, Some related products and services that Able Engraving & Design specialise in include safety signs, etched, bronze, and plaques.
Metalwork is any decorative or useful object fashioned out of metal, including silver, bronze, gold, brass, copper, stainless steel and lead. Man first discovered how to extract gold from the earth in around 6000BC with other metals following over the centuries. Over time, methods for shaping and decorating the different metals have evolved into skills still used today. Continue reading
Memorial benches are supposed to be handled with great respect. It is so because they stand as a symbol of a person who has died: it is meant to commemorate your departed loved ones. Continue reading
Take a moment to think about some of your most memorable gifts and presents over the years. The chances are high that you will immediately be drawn to those which were associated with a more personal touch. Perhaps you were even lucky enough to receive an award from the workplace. Continue reading
Plaques have long been used throughout history in memorialising and commemorating historical moments in time as well as extraordinary people. The following are some of the famous engraved plaques: Continue reading
Why you should choose Able Engraving and Design for bespoke projects
For over three decades, Able Engraving and Design have offered bespoke engraving services for customers in the South East of England, and further afield. Our company was formed in July 1986 by Mr. A. Douglas. Back then, Wham!’s swansong The Edge of Heaven topped the UK singles chart. This was the year of Diego Maradona’s Hand of God against England, in the World Cup Finals. On the telly, we watched Duty Free, Howard’s Way, and Surprise Surprise!.