Badges, Pins, Key Rings and Medallions
With a long history in making medals and badges in Australia, Stokes Badges is one of Australia’s leading suppliers of custom made pins, badges, key rings and medallions. Each item is uniquely crafted to meet your needs, whether that’s uniforms, fundraising, promotional merchandise, membership ID, staff recognition or awards. Talk to us today.
Since 1856 Stokes Badges has built a reputation of creating badges, pins, medallions and key rings of the highest standard.
We provide a free design service. Have an idea? Talk to our experienced team. We would love to help.
Custom manufacturing is what we do and we are confident of beating any quote. Ask for an obligation free quote today.
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Are you looking for unique promotional products for your charity or fundraising activities? Stokes Badges can develop custom metal pins, badges, keyrings and fabric ribbons to suit your organisation’s promotional activities.
Are you looking for metal pins, badges, title bars, service awards and medallions for your club or sporting organisation? Stokes Badges has been the trusted name in custom badge and medallion products for over 100 years.
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It starts with an idea
Let us provide an obligation free quote, including time frames and quantity required. We are passionate about quality and can provide the best to suit your budget.
Free Design Service
Our experienced team can take care of the details or you can provide your design. We will provide artwork to approve and when you are happy we’ll begin making your custom badge.
We work closely with you throughout the design process to provide the best quality options for your application and budget. All workmanship is guaranteed and your happiness is our highest priority.
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Stokes was established in 1856 by a young English die-sinker named Thomas Stokes, who had arrived from England some years earlier to take part in the gold rush of that era. Disappointment in the fields led him to Melbourne where he setup business as a diesinker producing medals, tokens, buttons and silverware, a skill he acquired over five dedicated years of apprenticeship which he had completed in Birmingham, England. Read more…