60th Birth Annivarsary of the Druk Gyalpo
This medal was commissioned to celebrate the 60th birthday of the 4th Druk Gyalpo, His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck, on 11th November 2015. The obverse of the medal is printed with a portait of the Dragon King. The portrait is surrounded by embossed Buddhist symbols namely, the parasol, two golden fishes, a conch shell, the banner of victory, a vase, the eternal knot, a lotus flower, and the dharma wheel.
Royal Family Order of the Crown of Brunei
The Darjah Kerabat Mahkota Bruneiwas instituted in 1982 as the premier Order of the State. It is normally awarded to members of the Royal Family and Royal Head of States. All the metal work of the order is in 18 karat yellow gold while the breast star is studded with rubies, emeralds and diamonds of near colourless quality.
Sultan Ibrahim Johor Medal
Instituted on 30 March 2015, the Pingat Sultan Ibrahim Johor is divided into three ranks - gold (PSI I), silver (PSI II) and bronze (PSI III) respectively. The PSI I is reserved for royalty. The PSI II and PSI III are for civil servants and individuals who have demonstrated at least twenty years of distinguished service and loyalty to the Sultan. On the obverse, the bust of Sultan Ibrahim is encircled with a wreath of gambier vines and pepper berries. This references the key role these crops played in the early development and modernisation of Johor. On the back is the Sultan’s cipher rendered in Arabic.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) Martyr Medal
This badge of order was commissioned in 2015 to commemorate Emiratis who have sacrificed their lives in the line of duty for the country. The first batch of martyr medals were distributed to the family members of the Emirati soldiers who fell in an attack in Yemen. Crafted out of 18K yellow and white gold, the badge is decorated with a border of 60 brilliant white diamonds in VS quality. Green and red enamel embellish the surface of the badge.
A comprehensive guide to wearing Orders and Medals
With our extensive history in manufacturing royal orders and medals, the team at ROYAL INSIGNIA have put up a simple guide for beginners. Using the Royal Orders that we have previously designed and manufactured, the diagrams we have illustrated explain the various ways and directions of wearing.
The Design and Philosophy of Medal Making
Medal design is an art that requires not only an understanding of age-old honour systems, but creativity in incorporating elements of the recipient’s heritage into a lasting insignia. At ROYAL INSIGNIA, we have perfected the art of medal making at our workshop after years of refinement.
Mastery of Merits
Our Mastery of Merits catalogue chronicles the process of designing and manufacturing a bespoke medal. Thumb through the catalogue to find out more about our various manufacturing capabilities.
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