This plaque was commissioned by the Porchester Society in honour of E.John Towse who rediscovered the Mary Rose. The society provided a layout drawing that was turned into artwork ready for pattern making. A pattern was made and a mould then produced from that to pour the molten metal into which produced one solid cast aluminium plaque with raised lettering and a double rim. The plaque was then finished drilled and powder coated in a tough weather proof coating. The raised lettering and rims were then carefully hand painted in enamel paint. If you would like to commission a similar plaque for your society please enquire.