The Rowan Berries house or cottage sign features a luscious watercolour image perfect for homes in the country or town. It is ideal for anyone with a mountain ash or rowan tree, for gardens or sheds, making a unique sign to brighten your front door or gate. The Rowan sign is available in a circular format, 20 cm diameter, or four rectangular sizes: 10 x 15 cm; 15 x 20 cm; 18 x 24 cm or 21 x 28 cm.
You can personalise your sign with your house number, name, address, or special words to make a perfect gift or wall art. Enter any letters in CAPITALS or Upper/lower case, exactly as you wish the words to appear on your sign.
The Rowan Berries house sign is printed on white glossy aluminium to give excellent colour reproduction. It is weatherproof, fade resistant and comes with a five-year guarantee. Our signs are printed by dye sublimation, which means the image is absorbed into the surface of the aluminium rather than sitting on it and doesn't flake or peel off.
The lightweight aluminium makes the sign easy to put up, with no DIY skills needed. There are no ugly screw holes to spoil the design, and we recommend using hook and loop pads that will stay up through storms and all weathers (supplied for UK customers). At the end of its life, the sign can be recycled alongside other household metal waste.
Delivery: all our house signs and wall plaques are made to order, so delivery will be within 5-7 days in the UK or EU; longer for other countries. As a small company, delivery times may be affected by our own holidays, but we will aim to let you know. Orders are usually dispatched by courier and we will let you know estimated delivery dates in advance.
Care of your sign: our signs are only 1.5 millimetres thick, so rainwater runs off them and doesn't collect on the sealed surface or top. Cleaning usually only requires a quick rub down with a wet or dry soft cloth. But please don't use abrasive or chemical cleaners that may damage the surface.
"Absolutely exceeded my expectations, lovely helpful seller, very happy," Elke, North Yorkshire.