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The Social Justice Medal of the British People
The stunning design of Social Justice Medal of the̴Ì_British̴Ì_People (The MBP) has been die-struck in the United Kingdom by master̴Ì_craftsmen who create medals and jewellery for Royal Households and home and abroad. The design has been inspired by some of the highest honours and decorations of our Great British honours system and is nickel plated to the̴Ì_very̴Ì_highest̴Ì_standards̴Ì_in the world̴Ì_renowned̴Ì_Jewellery̴Ì_quarter in the̴Ì_Heart of England.
The striking burgundy̴Ì_ribbon is woven using̴Ì_traditional̴Ì_methods in the UK̴Ì_using the same techniques and in fact the same looms used to manufacture ribbons today’s military awards.̴Ì_The intricately designed ‘scales of justice’ emblem will be attached to the ribbon of the medal. You can add naming to the back of the Social justice̴Ì_Medal and we can also add an optional engraved bar to ribbon.
HOW IT WORKS
Once your order has been completed, our panel will review your order and should we require any further information or justification for your application for a MBP, we will communicate this to you with 24 hours. Details of our panel members can be found here.
If you wish to discuss your application prior to completing your order, please contact us here – a member of our panel will reply to you within 24 hours.
Your medal can be named with the recipients name for a small cost. Details are laser engraved on to the reverse of the medal.
ENGRAVED BARS FOR THE RIBBON
Up to two engraved bars can be added to the MBP and you can engrave any numbers ur text up to 30 characters. This option is often used to complete years of service or the name of organisation/association or group etc.
DELIVERY AND PRESENTATION
Each medal is delivered in a plush lined presentation case. Applications are processed in strict date order and we aim to have medals issued with 28 days (we can deliver awards sooner if required – please advise us if you require your medal for a specific date).
We are experiencing a higher than expected demand for products and services due to the release of the Platinum Jubilee Medal. As a result, our priority is the fulfilment of existing orders.
This is having a knock-on effect on all of our products and services pushing our delivery times beyond our stated 28 day maximum. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but this is unavoidable. We took steps to bolster our team many months ago but the demand has been so high that we are still running behind.
We will not rush to recruit any more people as we cannot and will not jeopardise the quality and standard of our work. If you are not able to wait for your order, please do let us know and we will issue a full refund.
In the meantime, we respectfully request that you refrain from chasing orders unless absolutely necessary as this is simply taking resources away from completing orders.
‘Medal Mounting Options’ refers to the ready to wear mounting service for all medals. By default, most medals are supplied on a loose piece of medal ribbon. If you would like your medal to be able to be pinned on to a garment for wearing, you will need to select the relevant option on each medal page. Our team of tailors work tirelessly to mount medals court or swing style to the exacting standards required by our British Armed Forces.
On a loose ribbon – medals will be supplied on a 6 inch length of loose ribbon.
Swing Mounting – medals are sewn onto a brooch bar and swing freely from the bar ready to wear. This method of mounting is typically used for mounting World War 1 & World War 2 medals. Please not that mounting charges are PER MEDAL.
Court Mounting – medals are sewn to a back board of corresponding ribbons with a pin brooch across top and held rigid so not to swing and hit against each other. This is the method of mounted adopted by todays armed forces. Please not that mounting charges are PER MEDAL.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are purchasing medals to be added to an existing group of medals that you are planning to send to us, you will need to head over to the medal mounting page and include the mounting charge for the TOTAL number of medals that are being mounted. So, if you are buying one medal to be added to a group of three medals that you already have mounted, you will need to pay for a total of 4 medals to be mounted. We cannot simply add medals to a group.
Please contact us for any further information you require or visit our Medal Mounting collection here.
Many items that we supply will offer engraving options. Here is some guidance regarding this service.
Medal engraving (often referred to as ‘Medal Naming’) is the process of engraving personal details on the edge, back or bar of a medal. For military medals details are typically formatted as follows:
For civilian medals, typically the first name and surname would be engraved in full. It is important to note the some medals engraved on the reverse – this applied mainly to commemorative medals. This is not an option that you choose – this is determined by the issuer or protocol.
If your order includes one of our plaques or a frame/case with a plaque, please complete the details that you would like engraving in full. If there is any limit or restriction on the number of characters you can have, this will be stated in the description of the product. For plaque engraving, text across two lines is (in our opinion) the most visually appealing.
Other Product Engraving:
The engraving requirements for all of our products can be added to the individual product page when placing your order. If you are requiring a military emblem engraved, please state this clearly. If we run into any issues, we will contact you when you order reaches the production stage.
If you have a specific badge or logo to engrave, you can send it to firstname.lastname@example.org