Buttercups house number plate - House Sign Shop

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Buttercups house number plate

Regular price £26.00 Sale

Ceramic style house number sign with a Buttercups and ladybird design created from original artwork. This product will accommodate numbers up to three digits long, two numbers and a suffix or written 'one', 'two', 'four', 'five', 'six', 'nine', and 'ten'.

This house plate is made from solid cultured marble and is designed to give the look and feel of a ceramic house sign but it is completely frost proof. It has a matt ivory coloured appearance with minute random flecks of darker and lighter coloured marble.

Dimensions: 20cms in height by 14cms in width and 1.2cms in depth.

Further information about the manufacture of this house plaque is available in the Ceramic Style House Signs category page.


Choice of seven different fonts shown below to personalise this house sign

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                                                                                                                           £24.95 plus £3.95 UK P&P

Overseas Shipping
EU £6.75
USA & Canada £8.95
All other Countries £11.25


HINT: Use the Font List to choose a font then use the Font Viewer to view your text in your chosen font. - Our House Sign Designers will send you a professional proof of your house sign by email for your approval once we receive your order

Type any line of wording how you would like it to appear on the sign e.g. 'LILAC COTTAGE' or 'Lilac Cottage'

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  • Please could you tell me the actual height of the numbers on the buttercups House number plate century schoolbooks font. Thx

    The hight of the house numbers depends on the how many digits and if the digits are narrow eg .1 or wide eg 0. We adjust the numbers in hight to fit within the space. Average hight is 60mm give or take 5mm depending on the actual number and digits

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