The Deco Blade Sign is a combination of steel and cast iron in a distinctive triangular design. Marked by the use of bold geometric forms and industrial materials, Art Deco of the early-20th century influenced the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, fashion, cars, movie theaters, trains, ocean liners, and everyday objects such as radios and vacuum cleaners. Blade signs – also known as projecting signs or flag-mount signs—are a great solution where façade space is at a premium. They typically mount directly to the building, perpendicular to walkways and streets. These signs are the perfect way to attract foot traffic into your establishment and the Deco Blade Sign will stand out in the crowd.
“Tim Byrne and the team at Get Back create works of art out of American History. We created an entire vintage industrial theme in our 10,000 sf office facility using their pieces and employees love it - and people visiting are blown away with intrigue. I couldn’t resist and put a number of tables and other pieces in my home. You have to visit Get Back and check it out yourself. Be prepared to be drawn into their amazing work.”
Larry Janesky Founder
"We have done business with Get Back for over 10 years. Tim and his team are true craftsmen. From product design to installation, they have always been about quality and timeliness. Our showroom fixtures are beautiful, durable, and functional. I highly recommend Get Back for any project where uniqueness, creativity, and quality are paramount."
“I have been working with Tim @Getbackinc for many years and he is always a pleasure to work with. He is not only very reactive but willing to go above an beyond to get us what we need on time. Beautiful, all year long, selection of carefully curated vintage items, all cleaned while keeping the vintage touch we love. Love working with him and the team!”
‘With the increasing need to work remotely, I decided to expand my home office.. the first place I thought of was ‘Get Back Inc.’ My newest drafting table is a beautifully refurbished work of art.. Tim is a craftsman with a truly unique eye. He and his team bring back to life pieces of America’s long gone industrial era with deep sensitivity .. A visit to his showroom and workshop in Watertown is a fascinating experience I highly recommend’