Rosewood or Black Pianowood Gavel Award Plaque

$99.90

The 9″ x 12″ gavel Pianowood Gavel Plaque is a wonderful gift or award to present to anyone in the legal field or who has been in any type of leadership role. This listing is for a beautiful Pianowood gavel plaques that is available in Rosewood or Black piano wood. Included in this set is a Large area to engrave.

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Rosewood or Black Pianowood Gavel Award Plaque, 9″ x 12″

The 9″ x 12″ Rosewood or Black Pianowood Gavel Award Plaque is a wonderful gift or award. Typically presented to anyone in the legal field or who has been in any type of leadership role. The gavel signifies leadership and authority to people who are in charge. It is common practice to present a gavel to people who are entering or exiting the position of leadership. The expression “passing the gavel” means an orderly succession from one chair to another. A gavel is used to call for attention or to punctuate rulings and proclamations.

This is for beautiful Rosewood or Black Pianowood gavel plaques. Included in this set is a Large area to engrave. Just send us the text and/or logo or image upload it and we will send you a proof.

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Dimensions: 9” x 12”

A gavel is a ceremonial mallet made from hardwood, with a handle and struck against a sound block. The striking surface typically made of hardwood, to enhance its sounding qualities. It is a symbol of the authority and right to act officially in the capacity of a chair or presiding officer.  According to tradition, Vice President of the United States of America John Adams used a gavel to call the very first Senate to order in New York in the spring of 1789. The gavel is used to keep the meeting itself calm and orderly. The sound of the gavel strike serves to sharply define an action in time in a manner clearly and perceivable by all, and to endow the action with practical as well as symbolic finality.

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Gavel History Snapshot

A gavel is a ceremonial mallet commonly made of hardwood, typically fashioned with a handle and often struck against a sound block, a striking surface typically also made of hardwood, to enhance its sounding qualities. It is a symbol of the authority and right to act officially in the capacity of a chair or presiding officer. The expression passing the gavel signifies an orderly succession from one chair to another. A gavel is used to call for attention or to punctuate rulings and proclamations. According to tradition, Vice President of the United States of America John Adams used a gavel to call the very first Senate to order in New York in the spring of 1789. It is also used to keep the meeting itself calm and orderly. The sound of the gavel strike, being abrupt to start and stop, and clearly audible by all present, serves to sharply define an action in time in a manner clearly perceivable by all, and to endow the action with practical as well as symbolic finality.

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