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When we see a gavel, most of us think of a judge. Someone who sits in a courtroom, wears a black robe, and frequently retires to chambers of some sort. A glass gavel would make a great award for someone like that.
But how many other people have to make tough decisions? Corporate executive officers, deans, principals, military leaders, and elected officials all struggle to make decisions and it's often a thankless job. So why not thank them with a beautiful award that celebrates their good judgment?*
The Gavel with Black Base from Quality Logo Products® features
The Gavel with Black Base will be treasured for years to come by whoever receives it. Like all items from Quality Logo Products®, you'll have the option of requesting a proof (delivered via fax or e-mail) to confirm that the inscription appears exactly the way you want it to look. Order yours today.
* Of course, thinking outside the box, this also makes a fantastic award for any business that manufactures gavels.
Customers love to shop our Custom Gavels with Black Base and enjoy the guaranteed lowest price on Custom Desktop Awards & Custom Trophies from Quality Logo Products®
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The Gavel with Black Base is available in 1 color.
The Gavel with Black Base is available in Black/Clear.
The Gavel with Black Base requires a minimum quantity of 2 pieces.
The Gavel with Black Base is 1.38" H x 8.75" W x 2.38" Deep.
The Gavel with Black Base consists of Glass.
Beautifully layered colorful blown glass award on black glass base. Art glass awards are individually handcrafted. They will have variances in size, shape and color. No two pieces will be identical. Small air bubbles and flaws are inherent in these unique, one of a kind,
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