Trophies - symbolic items on plinths

I have no standard designs for trophies, though any new commission could be based on those below.
All trophies are designed for purpose. Hence it is difficult to give prices for any particular trophy.
A suggested guide price range is given on the details pages.

The gallery of trophies below focuses on an item or items resting on a plinth. Usually the item has a symbolic significance. Usually it is turned from wood.

Pyrography can be used on the base to give a title or dedication. Annual engraving plaques can be added, though in this case I prefer this to be organised by the customer - I am not an engraver.

Talent show trophy
Talent show trophy and individual trophy

TALENT SHOW TROPHY

Sycamore and laburnum

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Leadership award
A leadership award based on chess pieces

LEADERSHIP AWARD

Olive ash and sapele

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Design technology trophy
Design technology award turned from yew

DESIGN TECHNOLOGY

Yew

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Humanities trophy
Humanities award with individual pieces symbolic of geography, history and religion

HUMANITIES TROPHY

Spalted beech

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Languages trophy
A wooden base made to hold a glass trophy, used to record annual winners

MODERN LANGUAGE TROPHY

Elm

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Science trophy
Science trophy for a primary school in the shape of a microscope

SCIENCE TROPHY

Oak

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Football trophy
Football trophy for top goalscorer of the year

FOOTBALL TROPHY

Sycamore, olive ash

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Replacement trophy plinth
Occasionally old trophy plinths are damaged, particularly if plastic. This is a replacement to hold a glass vase.

REPLACEMENT PLINTH

Elm

Acorn student award
Acorn award made for Falmouth and Exter Students' Union

ACORN STUDENT AWARD

Spalted beech

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Carriage clock plinth
A carriage-clock plinth made to replace a brass-plate base in poor repair.

REPLACEMENT CLOCK PLINTH

Ash CL117