Documents on Oak


We have developed a method of indelibly reproducing to photo-copy clarity any single colour document, text, image, logo or crest up to 70cm wide on the surface of any of our benches or tables.


The Coat of Arms to the left was reproduced on one of our 'twin planter' benches for one of the Livery Companies of the City of London to mark the 650th anniversary of receiving their first Royal Charter granted by Edward III in 1364. See more of this bench on the 'Bespoke Planter Benches' page.





For that special anniversary or birthday we have created a stylish low table which is not only a functional and attractive piece of furniture but also serves as a permanent and touching reminder of your special day. 


Your original wedding or birth certificate is enlarged to 55cm by 24cm and indelibly reproduced on a large piece of solid hand finished oak which is sealed with two coats of UV resistant oil. You can specify oak legs or for a more contemporary style, solid block acrylic legs. 


The printed surface is protected by a 10mm thick piece of toughened glass mounted on six small acrylic posts adding an additional dimension. Overall, the table measures 100cm long by 40cm wide by 39cm high. 


If a darker wood is required the oak can be stained to your specifications and the certificate reproduced in white, gold or silver thereon.