Round Monogram Split Letter Sign

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Introducing our exquisite custom-made Steel Monogram Sign, a stunning addition to any home or establishment. This 50cm round sign boasts a perfect balance of elegance and personalization, making it an ideal choice for showcasing your family name and establishment dates in a unique and stylish way.

At the heart of this remarkable piece lies a split letter monogram, exuding an air of sophistication and charm. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the monogram serves as the focal point, beautifully encapsulating the essence of your family's identity.

Surrounding the monogram is the outer circle, where your custom text finds its place. Here, you have the opportunity to immortalize your family name or any meaningful inscription that holds significance to you. 

Product Specifications

50cm outer diameter

• 1.6mm Weathering Steel (best suited outdoors, will weather into a rusty patina, perfect if the sign will be exposed to the elements)
• 1.6mm steel painted black (for indoor or outdoor display, in a sheltered position if outdoors)
• 1.6mm steel powder coated (for indoors or outdoor display, hardy if exposed to the elements, available in black or other colours by request)

4x Mounting holes will be pre-cut on your sign by default. Please let us know at the checkout if this is something you do not require.

Choose your Material & Finish: see the options above
Personalisation: Enter your chosen Letter & Name – maximum 10 characters

As our signs are made to order & turnaround will depend on the finish you request.
Weathering Steel items are approx. 5-7 days.
Painted signs are approx. 10-14 days to allow for multiple coats of paint and drying time before we package it up.
Powder-coated signs are approx. 2-3 weeks, as we outsource our powder-coating to a small local business.

As we cut our items to order they may not be weathered yet when they reach you. We will include a few tips on how to weather your product & get the beautiful rustic patina as quickly as possible.

Weathering Tips

It's our aim to get your sign or ornament to you as quickly as possible, so unfortunately it isn't possible for us to pre-weather them.

This means your item will be in its raw form - the traditional grey steel colour. It doesn't take long to develop the beautiful rusty patina on your item, most will look pretty good within just a couple of weeks.

However, to be fully sealed and for your product to stop leaking any rust, does require 3-6 months. We have experimented with a few different options, and these are our top tips to speed up the weathering process.



Within Australia we offer flat rate delivery of $13.5 per order, or $18.5 for express postage.
You are also able to pickup from us at Mt Barker SA – this is free!

Postage on Custom Signs

Postage costs on custom signs & items will be quoted along with your sign and generally starts from $15. Australia Post allow us to send items up to 105cm. If your item is larger than this we will use a courier & charges will apply at cost.

When will I receive my order?

Our processing times do vary, however aim to create & post all orders within 3-5 business days, however sometimes there are factors outside of our control that may effect this. Painted items require a minimum 1-2 week processing time to allow for multiple coats & drying time. Powdercoated items are outsourced to a small local business, and as this is a multistep process that requires curing time between each step please allow 2-3 weeks for processing.


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

Amazing & a perfect present for family. High quality beautiful workmanship. Thank you !


My daughter loved her sign. Just as ordered. Thank you 😊

What are the products made from?

While weathering steel is usually referred to by its trademark name COR-TEN (or Corten), we use an Australian made equivalent from Bluescope called REDCOR. It is known for its superior corrosion resistance and thickness. This is because the surface of the steel forms a protective oxide layer when  exposed to the weather. In other words, the steel is allowed to rust in order to protect itself. This protective surface layer continues to regenerate over years of exposure.

And it looks AMAZING!