A Gold Leaf sign will distinguish your project or business with beauty, attraction and brilliance. We specialize in the tradition of Gold Leaf lettering using only the finest 23k gold. Gold Leaf signs are a Chicago tradition and with years of experience designing and producing gilded signs on site, we guarantee the highest quality gold leaf in the city. Take a look at our gold leaf gallery to see our extensive work and contact us today to ask for a quote.
A Hand Lettered and Painted Sign will afford you a wide range of options for any project. We can paint any surface from brick to vehicles to custom fabricated pieces at any size, compact to full scale mural. With a combined 20 years of experience in painting signs and lettering projects, we assure the highest quality hand painted signs produced quickly and at an affordable rate. Contact us today to inquire about hand painted signs for you business or project.
“Heart & Bone's signs have soul.”
Aaron Steingold - Owner, Steingold's Of Chicago
Heart & Bone, Gold Gilded and Hand Painted Signs is a Chicago based sign shop offering the highest quality of traditional gold leaf and hand painted sign work. Heart & Bone is a team of professional craft artists specializing in pristine brush work and has a diversified portfolio of signage for both local small business owners as well as national and global companies. No matter the scale of the project our intention is to provide the best traditional signage. Our gold leaf and hand lettering is an indication of pride and a future investment for our valued customers.
As the old adage claims “A Business with no sign, is a sign of no business”, we at Heart & Bone signs agree and want to offer your business the best investment with long lasting signage that communicates character and stands out from the rest. With a combined 20 plus years of experience within the professional painting field, our team is well equipped to work on any surface and with any design. Having been taught by some the best sign painters and gold leaf artists in the country, we intend to continue the heritage of these crafts one sign at a time.