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Heritage Plaques

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14th October

Art is an Option was asked to design and produce a series of thirty seven Heritage Plaques.

This historic trail is located at various sites to give visitors and locals an insight into Stirling’s historic buildings and places. There are several totally “unique” plaques in the set such as the Stirling Bridge plaque but most conform to a house style which has a common relief image on left hand side of the design which was inspired by one the town seals but have text customised for each historic location.

The plaques are manufactured in caste aluminum with both the lettering and image in relief. The raised surface is highlighted in gold enamel which is set against a coloured background which is stove dried to give the enamels a hardened finish.

The plaques have been designed so they can be fitted sensitively to wall, … Read More »



The Church of the Holy Rude

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14th October

Here the Coronation of Mary Queen of Scots’ son James 6th King of Scots took place in 1567. So this unique church combines an extremely rich history but is also still used by an active congregation for worship.

We produced a series of quality lecterns to tell the story of the Church of the Holy Rude. The lecterns sensitively worked with the church and were also designed to be moved if required from time to time.