Slate Hanging Sign 'In 1823, William Webb Ellis first picked up the ball in his arms and ran with it. And for the next 156 years forwards have been trying to work out why' - gift for a rugby player or fan
This is a hand-crafted, natural slate sign hung with jute rope. The message' In 1823, William Webb Ellis first picked up the ball in his arms and ran with it. And for the next 156 years forwards have been trying to work out why ' is laser etched onto the slate.
Recommended use: A delightful present for a rugby fan friend or relative to hang on a door or wall. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use this sign is the perfect gift for in and around the home or garden.
Colour: This is is charcoal grey and the laser etching lightens the etched areas. Slate is a natural product and will vary slightly in thickness, colour and finish. Dimensions: 18 x 10 cm
How it is made: Our signs are made individually to ensure the best quality. This sign is cut from riven slate with a diamond tip slate saw. It is then drilled with 6mm drill holes before being cleaned and waxed for protection. It is then laser etched with the specified design using the latest laser technology. The sign is then hung with natural jute role, hand knotted and enclosed in a clear plastic sleeve. Each sign is then quality checked by a quality supervisor and is signed off as made. Single signs are usually dispatched by Royal Mail.
Lovingly hand crafted in our workshops in Wales by our team of highly skilled crafts men and women.