Welcome to Nightingale Metal Design!

Welcome to Nightingale Metal Design!

Welcome to Nightingale Metal Design!

Our Company

We would like to welcome you to our store and tell you a little about our company. Nightingale Metal Design is a small, family owned company located in Exton, Pennsylvania. We began making metal signs out of the love of design and metal fabrication. We made signs for ourselves and for friends, and quickly realized how much we enjoyed it, and how ecstatic our friends were to receive their metal signs. Designing and physically making the signs is really fun for us. Seeing the reaction of someone receiving our products might be even better.

Our Process

We have an ever-expanding variety of different metal signs and décor, all of which have been made right in our shop in PA. We have signs readily available for customers (click this link for our Stock Collection), but many are made to order because we personalize them (click this link for our Personalized Collection). Many of the ideas for signs come from our awesome customers, so if you do have an idea in mind that we don't currently have on our site, just email us at amyr@nightingalemetal.com (or click this link to access our Custom Product Inquiry Form). In this case we will design a custom sign using your idea or even a photo to work up our spin on your vision. 

We use all USA manufactured raw materials, USA made CNC equipment and the latest CAD software to deliver the best possible metal signs for you. All signs are made right here in our shop in Exton, PA.

Thank You

We thank you for taking a minute to read a little about our company and welcome any questions or suggestions that you may have. We are always adding new products and love to hear from our customers and fans. Visit our site nightingalemetal.com for more info! Feel free to Contact Us with any other metal sign or décor questions that you may have.

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Y’all are so awesome. Your art work is some of the best I have seen. I bought the Harley Davidson eagle . I used it to make a helmet rack. I would Lito send y’all a picture of it and with your permission post some pictures on Facebook.


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