Brass, a copper and zinc alloy, is a popular metal that is often found in plumbing, doorknobs, and plaques. While the most common use for bronze plaques is their placement on trophy bases, there are many other creative uses for brass plaques!
Trophies & Engravers, trophy and award specialists, demonstrate some of brass plaque’s other innovative uses.
Door Name Plate
If you have just moved into a new office or gotten a job promotion, what better way to celebrate than to get a snazzy brass nameplate for the front of your door? That way, clients and employees alike will hold you in respect as they read your name and position atop the gleaming brass.
If someone close to you has passed away, a nice way to commemorate their life is by adding a brass plaque to a bench or perhaps below a picture frame in your home. Brass lasts a very long time, so the memory of your loved one will not be going away any time soon.
Bronze plaques seem to attract more attention and respect than a laminated piece of paper, so if you want to draw readers in, a brass plate does the trick very well. Brass plaques work well in art galleries, museums, parks and churches when displaying information.
Don’t let the norms hold you back, if you want to get a brass plaque with your favourite song lyrics inscribed on it, or perhaps an engraving of your favourite flower, go ahead! Bronze plaques make truly eye-catching decorative pieces.
Trophies & Engravers have had many years of experience in making brass plaques. We mostly specialise in creating brass plaques for trophy bases, but if you have an interesting idea for a brass plaque, feel free to chat to us about it. We love creating personalised awards!