Browse our Trophy Gallery to view many prestigious and memorable trophies Inkerman has designed and made over the past 20 years for many famous events and clients such as The Grand National, Investec, Royal London & Ascot.
Inkerman is renowned for the ability to deliver bespoke trophies and awards to suit any brief and to make the entire process from start to finish easy for the client. From the initial design stage to final delivery, Inkerman works closely with clients to achieve individual and impressive trophies and awards. Inkerman's Brand Ambassador for our Sports Business is Mark Pougatch, a well-known face in the sports world as a presenter for BBC Radio 5 Live and ITV Sport.
A nickel plated polished aluminium trophy, standing 27cms tall, with laser printed shilling centrepiece. Commissioned by Aintree Racecourse to commemorate the 1951 winner of the Grand National, Nickel Coin. First presented in 2016 to the winners of the Nickel Coin mares' standard open NH flat race, Mr and Mrs J Potter, during the Grand National Festival and since annually.
This piece was commissioned for the England vs South Africa Investec Test Series 2017. Standing 55cms tall, the frame of the trophy is made in aluminium with a cast ball cradled at the top of the crown.
A sterling silver 12" diameter revere bowl with hand crafted Liverpool 'Liver bird' handles fitted to a mahogany plinth with generous engraving band. Finished with a gold plated interior, engraved detailing around the rim and winners on the plinth since 2004. Standing 33cms tall. First presented at the Liverpool Hurdle during the Aintree Festival 2017.
A custom made silver plate trophy, standing 82cms/32.5 tall, with hand chased detailing and gold plated accents to the body and lid of the cup. Mounted onto a bespoke mahogany plinth with a colour etched plaque. Won by Dhaka Dynamites on 9th December 2016.
A large black cased crystal vase, standing 65cm tall, with sterling silver neck. Etched with the Betfair logo and race details and in filled in silver. Presented with matching Trainer & Jockey trophies, standing 37cm tall.
A handmade sterling silver trophy with pierced horse detailing, scrolled handles and a gold accented finial. Mounted onto a two tiered red mahogany plinth engraved with the 32Red King George VI Steeple Chase title and a list of all the previous winners going back to the inaugural race in 1937. Standing 38cms tall by 37cms wide from handle to handle. Presented by Laurence Dallaglio to the winning owners of Thistlecrack, ridden by Tom Scudamore at Kempton Park in 2016.
Commissioned by Caesar's Palace for the World Poker Series, this trophy stands at an impressive 59cm tall. Made in silver plate with hand chased and gold plated detailing and fitted to an ebonised plinth.
A sterling silver 12" alms dish with a handmade ebonised wooden plinth being presented to the Grand National winning Jockey, 19 year old, David Mullins by Peter Eaton. Also pictured with Peter Kay and AP McCoy in 2010 and HRH Princess Anne with Leighton Aspell in 2014.
An exclusively designed sterling silver flared vase, standing 36cms tall, with three hooked feet. Commissioned by Darley for a number of races including the Yorkshire Oaks. Pictured with winning jockey Kevin Manning.
Commissioned for the Royal London One Day International Series. Pictured here with England Cricket Captain Alastair Cook and Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews. The trophy stands 40cms tall , and is cut from chrome plated aluminium, with a colour printed acrylic disc behind, mounted on a highly polished cast acrylic plinth and finished with magnetic engraving plates.
A silver cup standing 76cms tall and mounted on a silver plinth, colour engraved with the Mastercard logo. Pictured with Nick Easter of England after their 35-26 win over the Barbarians in 2010. Also pictured with Jaque Fourie, Bryan Habana, Morne Steyn and Leigh Halfpenny celebrating their 25-18 win over New Zealand in 2011.
A black crystal centrepiece bowl, 35cms diameter, etched around the rim with the Grand National trainer of the festival details and in filled in gold. Presented to Willie Mullins and his wife Jackie by Mark Morgan of Inkerman.
A handmade black cased glass plate, 35cms diameter, etched with the 'Grand National' horses around the edge, commemorative text and a list of the 20 horses AP McCoy has ridden in the National. Finished with the hand enamelled racing colours and details of his 2010 success on Don't Push It in the centre. Designed and made to order in England. Presented by Rose Paterson, Chairman of Aintree Racecourse in 2015, to mark his retirement from racing.
Presented by Justin Rose of England and Carin Koch of Sweden to Sarah-Jane Mee during the Gala Dinner following The Costa Smeralda Invitational Golf Tournament at Pevero Golf Club, Costa Smeralda on 27th June 2015. Pictured with 2016 winner Gianfranco Zola standing with 2016 Ryder Cup Captain Darren Clarke.