When you need a truly distinctive, one-of-a-kind gift that expresses a meaningful accomplishment, we have the solution. Our B2B team specializes in bespoke and special commission items that reflect your sentiment effortlessly. From physician medals to collegiate honors to community milestone gifts, we have a team of artisans who can create a memorable gift that will be cherished for a lifetime.
The Liberty MedalPresented annually at the Liberty Medal Ceremony on November at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, the Liberty Medal is handcrafted by Hamilton Jewelers. The medal is a tremendous acknowledgement of individuals who display exemplary humanitarian efforts.
RECENT RECIPIENTS INCLUDE: 2019 Honorable Anthony M. Kennedy, Associate Justice
2018 George W. and Laura Bush
2017 U.S. Senator John McCain
2016 U.S. Representative John Lewis
2015 His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet
2014 Malala Yousafzai
2013 Hillary Rodham Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State
2012 Muhammad Ali
The Liberty BowlThe inside of the Liberty bowl shows the Signing of the Declaration of Independence. The inside rim says : We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident: That All Men Are Created Equal: That They Are Endowed By Their Creator With Certain Unalienable Rights; That Among These Are Life , Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. The outside of the bowl displays: The Liberty Bell, The First US Bank, Christ Church, Merchants Exchange, Carpenters Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Congress Hall and Betsy Ross House.
The Constitution BowlThe Constitution Bowl commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Continental Congress. The etching of the interlocking seals of the original thirteen states, joined by the new great seal of the United States, is adapted from an etching by Amos Doolittle, a noted American engraver. The quote around the base of the crystal bowl is from a speech delivered in Philadelphia on November 24, 1787 by James Wilson, considered by his contemporaries to be an authority on constitutional law. Wilson along with James Madison was the principal author of the Constitution.
The Princeton BowlThe Princeton Porcelain Bowl has been Made Exclusively for Hamilton Jewelers. The inside of the Princeton bowl shows the Battle at Princeton. The inside rim says : The hour is fast approaching, on which the Honor and Success of this army, and the safety of our bleeding Country depend. Remember officers and Soldiers, that you are Freemen, fighting for the blessings of Liberty. The outside of the bowl displays: Fitzrandolph Gate, Morven House, Lower Pyne Building, Home of Albert Einstein, Drumthwacket and Nassau Hall.
The Carnegie PrizeMade by Hamilton for the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Carnegie Prize was established in 1896, to recognize the best painting shown in the first annual exhibition of the Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute. Unlike most American annual exhibitions, which were limited to artists born or resident in the United States, the Carnegie exhibitions were international. To attract top painters from home and abroad, the Carnegie exhibitions offered high cash prizes.
The exhibition has undergone a series of name changes and transformations-adding a gold medal for sculpture (beginning in 1958), and going from a schedule of every year to every second or third year, and now, to every fourth or fifth year. The exhibitions in the late 1970s were retrospectives of established artists. In 1982, the exhibition was renamed the Carnegie International, and returned to its original mission of showing recent works by a host of artists. In 1985, the Carnegie Prize was refocused to recognize not just a single work of art but an honoree's entire body of work. In the 1990s, the exhibition expanded to include non-traditional artists and filmmakers.
As of 2019, 67 Carnegie Prizes had been awarded.