Cast iron is formed by pouring molten iron into a sand mold. Because of the expense of the molds custom sized pieces are not available.
Our cast iron plaques do not have mounting tabs or holes. Because of their weight they are normally hung over sturdy screws that are securely fastened into wood. If you desire, holes can be drilled for hanging with a standard drill or drill press using a slow even pressure.
Cast iron is silver/gray in color and can easily be rusted or painted to match your décor. If left out, bare cast iron will rust on its own just from the moisture in the air.
For more information on finishing cast iron please consult Instructions for finishing cast iron.