Our custom program is a fully customized metal-etched keepsake manufactured in bulk. Organizations use their keepsakes for fundraising, raising awareness, commemorating a special event or anniversary, or thanking donors, employees, and volunteers. Organizations typically design programs annually in an effort to build annual collectors and attract new customers each year.
Our retail collection is made up of a wide variety of metal-etched ornaments that can be purchased at wholesale cost and sold at any retail and/or online location with the appropriate tax identification information. Our retail line also includes an assortment of Banner or Oval Namedrop that can be customized in bulk with a message of your choice.
Founded in 1976 by U.S. Veteran, we are proud to be the leading ornament manufacturer in America. We take pride in American Craftsmanship, providing our clients with the finest products, great prices, and outstanding service.
100% Handcrafted in the U.S.A. and tariff-free. All products are etched in solid brass and finished in 24kt Gold, Rhodium Silver, or Hand Lacquer. Low minimums and short lead times. Click below if you want to learn more.
All Beacon Design keepsakes are designed, tooled, manufactured, assembled, and packaged within our state-of-the-art 70,000 square foot facility located in Lincoln, Rhode Island.
For 40 years, the White House Historical Association has partnered with us to design and manufacture their annual ornaments. Since 1981, they have sold over a million ornaments annually, raising millions of dollars to help educate the public and to aid in the restoration and preservation of the White House. This year we honor the thirty-fifth President of the United States, John F. Kennedy. To learn more about the White House Historical Association’s Annual Ornament Program, click here.
This year, we are very proud to recognize the 100th Anniversary of the Women’s Right to Vote, to support women in all aspects of their lives, and to commemorate the great contributions they made and continue to make to our society. Watch our process in, The Making of the Women’s Right to Vote Keepsake.