Medallions are excellent recognition products, particularly when you want to re-create an image in a distinct way. Medallions have versatility as they can be mounted on plaques or trophies, suspended within embedments, or presented alone. They are manufactured in a variety of metals, from bronze to precious medals. Various finishes and mountings allow building a multi-level recognition program with the medallion as the common denominator.

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ART SOCIETY

Jacqueline Kennedy was well known for her contributions to the arts. This medallion honors her name and is awarded to individuals that make an extraordinary impact on the quality of New York’s environment.

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NYSE

A leading financial investment institution commissioned us to create an executive gift that they could present to any potential investor that visited their exchange. We created a silver-plated medallion that reflected the prestige of the institution, something which every recipient would be proud to display to commemorate their visit.

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James Beard Foundation

With tiered award products, a medallion is often the common piece running throughout. This medallion happens to be embedded in lucite and presented with a blonde wood base. The height gives it visibility for an award event.

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ACOG

An effective way to display a silver medallion is on a black wood plaque. This medallion design has been the same for over 50 years but the method of display adapts to the current message.

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Taurine Club

An eye-catching, three color logo can be captured on a medallion as shown. The colors are vivid and extremely durable due to the method of production. Gloss on the logo is a finishing touch.

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Olympics

Perhaps the most identifiable medallion of all time is the one awarded at The Olympics. This gold medallion features fine detail and highlights the history of ancient Greece.