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Stable House Sign

Sep 26, 2020

Stable House Sign

This nice little stable house sign with arched top, featuring horseshoe motif above.  The sign measures approx 275mm wide by 195mm to the very top.  The horseshoe sign is cast by hand in aluminium using the ancient sand casting method (all our cast signs are made via the sand casting method)  featuring raised text / lettering and outside border, the whole sign including the horseshoe motif is cast as one solid piece.

Arched top stable house sign with horseshoe motif in black and gold

Horse Stable Sign

An ideal traditional horse stable sign with your horses name.  The sign is pre-drilled with countersunk holes and supplied with stainless steel fixing screws, some wall plugs and vial of paint for the screw heads.  These cast aluminium signs are available in six standard, and five optional extra colours.  Our standard colours are black, maroon, slate grey, blue, brown and dark green.  The five other colours are green-ish grey, blue-ish grey, stone-ish beige, white and magnolia.  For the lettering you can have gold, silver, magnolia or black. view our traditional arched house signs or Contact us today about your stable house sign.

The Lucky Horseshoe

The traditional iron Horseshoe goes back many years and considered to be lucky.  Made by a blacksmith in iron, the material was believed to ward off evil spirits. they were held in place with seven nails, seven being the luckiest number.

The above horse stable sign has the horseshoe pointing up.  As with most things in life, it’s undecided which way up the horseshoe should to be nailed. Some say the ends ought to point up, so that the horseshoe catches the luck, and if the ends pointed down the good luck to be lost. others say they should point down, so that the luck is poured upon those entering the home. Personally, most I’ve seen point up.   more history on the horseshoe at Wiki


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Last updated 5th November 2020