Electrical and Mechanical Engineers EME
DESERVING TO BE RECOGNIZED
Each Electrical and Mechanical Engineers EME Badge Plate individually produced by Bonnie of Glass Treasure by Bonnie Saunders will certainly be cherished for generations to come. As a thoughtful gift, they are an excellent method to commemorate a variety of occasions for one's loyalty and dedication.
• a retirement or transfer
• gifts for dignitaries
• special awards
• company promotions & recognitions
• a gift for a family member
• an anniversary or birthday
• a personal memento/keepsake
• Change of Command
• Depart With Dignity
• return from duty
• paying tribute to a veteran
PROUDLY PRODUCED IN CANADA!
Each Electrical and Mechanical Engineers EME Badge Plate begins as a clear glass plate which becomes transformed into an exceptional, high quality keepsake. With many complex steps from start to finish, the creation process poses a high degree of difficulty. The delicate procedures result in the brilliantly rich crackle which receives and illuminates light and provides a unique element of depth to each piece. These remarkable heirlooms are rendered individually by Bonnie, with all processes administered on the backside of the glass.
Each 8" plate is framed in a black, 11"open faced solid wood shadow box lined with red ultra suede. Two custom engraved black plaques which sit on the frame add a personalized touch to these mementos, which can be either wall mounted or displayed on a stand. Included is a bilingual Certificate of Authenticity that is signed by Bonnie Saunders and applied to the backside of the frame. This certificate contains a brief description of the mission of the proud members who wear the badge or crest that is featured on the front of the plate. This is a great added feature for future generations to appreciate.
FOR THE PERSONALIZED ENGRAVED PLAQUES THAT SIT ON THE FRAME:
Bonnie recommends highlighting the rank/regimental number and name of the recipient on the smaller plaque. The second, larger engraved plaque provides an opportunity to include 3 additional sentences to better commemorate an occasion or words of choice. This is very important, as it will pass on historical details for future generations. There is a 60 character maximum for each sentence. Bonnie is happy to help you so the wording is perfect for the occasion.
Glass Treasures by Bonnie Saunders provides official products under license from Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces.
When you purchase a Canadian Forces Badge Plate, not only are you investing in a very unique heirloom, you are also supporting the many men and women who serve to protect us. A portion of each sale will be contributed towards the Support Our Troops Fund.
Be sure to have your camera ready! The proud recipients will be pleased beyond measure!
November 3, 2012
Hi Bonnie. Sorry it took so long to send pics. It arrived with no problems and it is an awesome looking plate! Here are a couple of pics of Sgt Garry Anderson (Ret'd) receiving his EME plate (I am the one in Cadpats). He said that it was a beautiful plate and awesome to receive it as a retirement gift from his friends and co-workers. Excellent craftsmanship!
I have put your business card on the info board at work and hopefully more people will visit your site and see the amazing treasures that you create. Thanks for everything!
Jan 9, 2015
Happy New Year to you Bonnie! I got so swept up in the anticipation and emotion of it all on Christmas Morning! He was thrilled and very touched by it. Chris and I are very impressed with your workmanship and quality of the plate. Thanks again for the help with the wording. I wish you all the best in happiness and prosperity but most importantly health for 2015!
Have a great day!
March 8, 2019
"Bonnie, thanks for the fantastic plates! After 40 years of service in the Canadian Armed Forces I retired on 13 February 2019 and was formally presented with these in honour of my service. Col Nishika Jardine, an old friend and fellow member of RCEME, presented the Corps plate, and LCol Gabriel Dore, Commanding Officer RCSU (Central), presented the CIL plate.
The senior staff of RCEME were highly impressed with the corps plate and are interested in looking to make this part of their routine retirement presentations. If you are interested I'll pass on your contact information to them."
Lieutenant-Colonel (Ret'd) Charles Jansen