Official Jeweller to Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Phillip Stoner, was asked to produce a commemorative medal, which was presented at the club’s Annual General Meeting on Saturday 26th March 2016.
Made from Sterling Silver, the President’s Medal was formed in the shape of the club’s distinctive Yorkshire Rose logo. The medal was then hand engraved by MD, Jonathan Stoner and finished with the Cricket club’s signature ribbon.
The President’s Medal, for outstanding voluntary services to the Club, was awarded to long-serving member, Nigel Pullan, who writes for the Yorkshire Yearbook as well as providing written material in various other ways.
Previous commissions undertaken for YCCC include Retirement Trophies, Man of the Match Cufflinks, Player of the Year Trophies and the Dickie Bird clock, which can still be seen in Headingley Stadium’s West Stand.
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The name “Aquamarine” is derived from Latin, aqua, meaning “water”, and marina, meaning “of the sea”. The serene colour of March’s Birthstone is said to cool the temper, allowing the wearer to remain calm and levelheaded, making them unconquerable and amiable.
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