Small letter ‘T’ metal sign.
This letter still has the neon tube light inside but it is untested and may not work. The plastic screws and metal wire inside are holding the tube in place. It possibly had a transparent face that the light shone through, but it makes a good raw looking industrial piece as it is. It is white inside and outside with fixing holes at the top and bottom of the sign. It’s lightweight metal, but very sturdy. There are some surface scratches and as well as wear and imperfections that comes from being an actual used signage piece. 2 metal neon electrode receptacles protrude from the back of the sign. There is a small grey piece of silicone or similar on the top and some of the screws are poking through. There are also some black marker pen marks inside and out. Please see images.
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Product Code: 31378/G312
Styling: The neon light could possibly be replaced or it could be removed entirely and used just as a letter ‘T’ . Fill with fairy lights or leave as is and hang from any wall.
It would look good on the bedroom wall of Thomas or Tabitha, in a man cave, garden, garage, room of the Townsend or Turner family or in the bar with Tap, Three or Trent in its name. Hang inside or outside. It could be painted inside and out, or left as-is.