We make medallions for events. Each one is different that represents the club that put on the event. These are special projects and may take a day or so.

Engraved Pewter Anchor
Engraved Pewter Anchor
Anchor, custom engraved with fancy work.

  They are weighty and fit good in your hand. You will not find this Anchor anyplace else. We made the anchor and the mold. We cast them and finish them by hand all at my shop in Crawfordville FL. 100% made in the USA.  Veteran owned. Certified not to be a POS.

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miniture frypan
miniture frypan
Fry Pan award

Cooking contest a throwing contest. you can find good use for this award. Maybe a burnt dinner you don’t want to forget.

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Three Rivers state park pewter Hawk Head By Alex Ayotte.
Possum Branch pewter Hawk Head By Alex Ayotte.
Engravable Tomahawk Head

Tomahawk head is a cool piece of metal to hold in your hand. it is a scale replica if a colonial period tomahawk. a versatile finding ( a finding is what we in the business call the unbranded piece. It … Read More

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miniture frypan
miniture frypan
fry pan, Barbie sized

Manufactured in the USA out of Britiania pewter.  2 inches in silver or black.  Great for awards, cooking, baking contests, competitions, kitchen, doll house.  Keychain fits on ribbon awards.

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Fugawee has been making event medallions for reenactors and events for over 30 years. These are a few of the hundreds of medallion designs that have been produced by Fugawee through the patience and skill of Nancy Ayotte. Her background includes study at the Art Students' League in New York and jewelry design and fabrication. The two Indian medallions on the right and left are part of a ten-year series of medallions made for the Travers de Sioux celebration in Mankato MN. Each features a bas-relief portrait of one of the chiefs involved in the Great Sioux Uprising of 1862. Nancy works from sketches and photographs to create such designs. The medal with the ribbon is a recognizable reproduction (not a rip-off) of the Spanish American War victory medal. It was manufactured for a museum shop and re-enactor group. There is enough difference in dating and wording so that there can be no confusion. Types of medallions