Jewellery for Men is still a newcomer in the modern world of fashion. For centuries, jewellery was always considered to be feminine, since women were usually the ones sporting earrings and necklaces. As a result, men would avoid jewellery out of fear of being stripped of their masculinity.
A private club, whose emblem is a panther wanted their members to have stylish badges. We created a 3D panther design followed by making a die struck gold plated lapel pin. With the purpose of keeping it very exclusive, only a small run of 10 pins was ordered and created. We at Roman Tavast Ltd […]
EGO, a family of Mediterranean inspired pubs and restaurants in the UK, had an idea to award their long-serving staff. They wanted to create long service award lapel pins to commemorate the time they have spent doing an outstanding job.
The movie London Has Fallen (sequel to the 2013 film Olympus Has Fallen) came out in 2016 and Roman Tavast Ltd was commissioned to produce US Presidents bodyguards (Secret Service) lapel pins. Three years have gone by, and the third movie in the series, Angel Has Fallen had its worldwide premiere on 23rd of August.
The complete guide to making a success of your jewellery venture. As competitive as the jewellery industry might be, opportunities to make a profitable jewellery-making business certainly still exist.