Thomas Lyte are the proud designers and makers of The Hundred medals. The fast-paced new tournament brings together eight city-based women’s and men’s teams to compete over five weeks every summer in an action-packed 100-ball cricket competition.
This medal design is one of the largest and heaviest made by Thomas Lyte, each 10mm in thickness. Gold medals were crafted for the winners, with silver for the runners-up.
Just like the tournament itself, the medals are loud and proud, styled on the bold ‘H’ shape that also characterises the stunning gold trophies that Thomas Lyte crafted for The Hundred. An innovative ribbon loop affixed to the rear of the medal ensures that the iconic ‘H’ stands out in pure clarity, and each is polished to perfection by our workshop team of Master Polishers to ensure that they catch the eye all the way from the boundary at Lord’s.
The medals for both the Men’s and Women’s tournament winners are also identical in their design and specification – another characteristic they share with the trophies – which was a key element in The Hundred’s mission to ensure that the men’s and women’s games are seen as equal.
To find out more about the stunning gold trophies crafted by Thomas Lyte for The Hundred, click here to view our Case Study.