A plaque is a flat inscribed piece of metal, stone, or other hard material that is used either to mark a person or event or as a sign. They are usually affixed to a wall or mounted on a bracket, as in exposing a tabletop.
Plaques Awards are a great way to recognize an individual or organization for outstanding efforts, presentations, or participation in a project or cause. Most companies give out plaques to high-performing employees, competition winners, or individuals who have completed an internship or training program.
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The plaque contains information such as the recipient's name, the contents of the plaque, the date and year of giving, even the number of awards if given more than one.
You can find panels of various shapes and sizes made of different materials, but the usual choices are wood, plastic, glass, or fiberglass. The material determines the life of your plaque and its price.
Cheaper plaques can still be representative, but due to the lower quality of the material, they tend to darken a bit after a few years. Dishes made of first-class materials keep their beauty even after a long time.
Weather-resistant aluminum panels are one of the most expensive types of panels but are guaranteed to last for years. The price of the plate is also determined by the number of letters engraved, because the more letters, the more expensive the price.
The cheapest types of signs can be made from plain paper in a frame with elegant handwritten lettering, but most companies produce something more permanent than an engraved metal plate mounted on a wooden plinth.