We categorize trophies as "Traditional", "Resin" and "All Other". As recently as 10 years ago most trophies were "Traditional" , consisted of a figure representing the activity, a single column of variable height, a base and a name plate. We still make quite a few of these including two and three column versions.
Resins are new, popular with the recipients and can apparently be made with a new or modified appearance, much more often than the older metal or plastic figures. A major advantage for the purchaser and recipient is that someone playing soccer or baseball will collect a variety of trophies rather than severaljust alike.
The "All Other" category can be anything and requires imagination on the part of the person-in-charge. One group of cooks awards cooking utensils in various sizes mounted on plaques with a commemorative plate.>
Resins are generally available in similar formats for all sports.
Resins, in addition to featuring all sports, come in different finishes which may be used to denote order of finish. For example Gold/First, Silver/Second.
There is a variety of figures available for most sports and activities. Figures are available in at least gold and silver and in several sizes.
Golf - Gold
This golf trophy is also available in silver and has more detail than the traditional plastic figure.
Single round column in varying lengths and several colors is available. Figures correspond to sport or activity.
This trophy has Year trim to the side of the rectangular column. Major sports such as basketball have more than figure to choose from.
Two column versions may be used for individual or team awards. Columns and base/cap sets are available in a variety of colors.
Three column trophies are generally used for team/group recognotion.
The base set for this trophy is triangular.
Replace with "Other" utensil award.
This Harness Horse Resin is available only in a silver finish with gold harness trim, but is one the nicer awards of this type.