If you are looking for a luxury address marker
, this individually cast address marker is the real thing. Browse more of our rectangle address plaques
This marker holds up to 3 numbers, and it measures approximately 12" x 6". If your address has more than 3 digits, we also have this plaque in a 4 digit format
. Four digit markers measure approximately 14" x 6". We also have a 5 digit address marker
in this same style. The five number markers measure approximately 17" x 6".
All of these markers are approximately 1/2 inch thick.Please note:
because these are custom made the size will vary slightly with each address plaque due to the numbers you choose.
It is made of solid bronze and manufactured by a foundry that been in business since 1921, and is known for making some of the finest hand-cast solid metals in the industry. It is made using the traditional method of sand casting.
You can feel the heft and quality of the material when you pick it up.
The unique silicon bronze used by the manufacturer produces a range of color from a light reddish-brown color to a dark brown when cast. This model marker pictured is bronze, with a brown patina background.
Color can vary slightly from marker to marker, as each one is individually cast. Each marker has its own individual characteristics, and no two are exactly alike.Address Plaque Installation Instructions:Style #1 (Holes drilled through)
This style of plaque is drilled for use on substrates composed of wood related material. For stucco, siding, and other exterior options which have plywood or similar substrates.
Drill a 1/8” diameter pilot hole through outer siding or stucco. Apply a substantial bead of adhesive caulk on the backside of plaque approx. 1 ½” from perimeter. Use anodized steel or brass screws (not supplied) that are long enough to permeate wood sheathing behind exterior option.Style #2 (Threaded holes on back)
This type of plaque has threaded holes on backside and will be supplied with two 6” pieces of (1/4 x20 thread) threaded rod for use on masonry applications.
Drill a 3/8 hole in masonry 7-8” deep. Apply either mortar or adhesive caulk into drilled holes. Attach rod (supplied) to back side of plaque, tighten with pliers. A slight bend of rods will aid in anchoring. Apply a substantial bead of adhesive caulk on the backside of plaque approx 1 ½” from perimeter. Push rods into holes.