Our Deco Pegasus line of exclusive trophies has expanded to include a second, larger size. The new size is available in two magnificent finishes.READ MORE
It starts with a call. New clients find us when they are in the market for a custom award. That’s because Society Awards designs and crafts most of the world’s prestigious and televised awards. Those are the awards with the greatest public awareness, although we create awards for any and every industry. Our credentials alone push us to the top of search engine results naturally.READ MORE
The Clio Awards have announced the shortlist and winners for the 2018 competition. In advance of the awards show, we wanted to share a bit more about the iconic program and custom trophy.
The first Clio Awards ceremony was in 1960, where each honoree was presented with a statuette whose design has changed minimally over the last fifty eight years. That’s thanks to the prolific designer, Georg Olden, who designed the original in its perfectly proportioned splendor.READ MORE
While traveling recently, we happened upon a few works created by the prolific American surrealist, Ernest Trova. These large-scale sculptures were crafted by the artist himself, but we adhere to similar methods of production in creating our licensed reproduction of a Trova sculpture for the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA).READ MORE
Although every design in our Exclusives Collection of trophies is designed by us to capture signature Society Awards style, the Society Angel is one of our most iconic forms. The striking 24k gold plated trophy is available on two different bases – the round base (as pictured) or a long rectangular base.
When our clients have creative needs it’s an opportunity to show our firm’s incomparable advantages. Society Awards has worked with the best, and we know how to deliver the best. We employ industry-leading manufacturing techniques. Among them, we utilize a multi-stage electroplating process and polish all trophies meticulously by hand.READ MORE
Pâte de verre is an artisanal method of crafting unique crystal forms. The process dates back to early Mesopotamian and Egyptian cultures.
To create pâte de verre we use a mixture of crystal, clear and colored glass, and mineral fragments, which is placed in a mold and kiln fired in a process similar to the lost wax method of metal casting. The process can take up to a week while the molten glass flows through the mold.READ MORE