Individually crafted, hand-stitched emblems.
Bullion Emblems are recognizable by the gold or silver metal wire that is used to create lettering, outline trim, fill patterns and border detailing within the designs of the emblems. The metal bullion wire is positioned by hand using tweezers, pliers and other small tools, and is hand-stitched and secured onto a base material of felt or blended twill fabric. Various colours of cotton or rayon thread can be used, along with twill and satin fabrics, to create other elements of the designs.
The bullion wire stitching process is sometimes referred to as “gold work or hand embroidery”, where the emblems are individually and meticulously crafted using techniques handed down from generations. Bullion Emblems are deeply textured and distinguished in appearance when sewn onto service uniforms, jacket blazers and other types of recreational or service club garments. The emblems can be created in many custom shapes and sizes, and can be equipped with clutch pin attachments. It is recommended that these emblems only be exposed to very gentle home or dry-clean launderings.
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