Sign Writing


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Sign Writing

If you’re looking for signs and sign writing in Conwy, Llandudno, Anglesey and across North Wales read on. If you know what you want that’s great, but if you’re not sure how to set out your design requirements then it can help you to look at some of our other customers’ finished work in our gallery. We‘re sure you’ll find something to inspire, that will help you visualise what you could have. Good and appropriate signage, even if it’s ‘only writing’ needs to be thoughtfully considered. We can help you to achieve something that looks right for you, including logos, picture graphics, photos and hand painted finishes.

Gold Leaf & Hand Painting

Nothing else can quite convey the real beauty of hand painted, gold leaf work in the right setting. We use 23.5 carat English gold leaf, nothing less. Our British, craftsman made, sable brushes are kept in tip top condition by being sprayed with light oil after cleaning so that they never dry out. We have had the pleasure and privilege of working on gold leaf restoration work too, including signs and artifacts dating from as far back as 1825, Our Homepage image shows Vinomondko Shopfront on Conwy High Street sign written in 2018

Window Graphics

Make use of your window space in a creative way using graphics that can carry a message while still letting the light in using translucent window-etch effect adhesive vinyl.
If you would like something bolder, think of your window as a dark background where light colours will stand out most effectively when looking from the outside.

Sign Making

Mirror finish and brushed stainless steel can be used to create bespoke stand-off lettering. The large fascia signs of St. George’s Hotel which we designed and fitted uses stainless steel letters, powder coated in gold colour. For double sided swing-signs like the example at Albany House we use moulded fibreglass for longevity fitted with stainless steel eyelets. Oak Hardwood is used for stained varnished signs like the ones used for competition winners boards at Conwy Golf Club.