Our pricing policy is based on the more you order the less cost per rosette. Count the total number of rosettes ordered and that is the price point you pay there is no vat to be added. We guarantee our rosettes and will replace or refund your money without hesitation should you not be happy with our rosettes. Please note there maybe an additional fee if you require a small order with many different variations of centres.
|P.O. Red||Royal Blue||Daffodill||Emerald Green||Orange||Purple||Black|
|Cherry||Kingfisher Blue||Lemon||Bottle Green||Brown||Magenta||White|
|Dark Pink||Cambridge Blue||Cream||Apple||Apricot||Lilac||Dark Gold|
|Light Pink||Light Blue||Turquoise||Silver||Light Gold|
When comparing prices of rosettes here are some of the items that may be helpful to you?
Acetate ribbon is the lightest ribbon used for rosette making.
Satin ribbon has a silky feel making the rosettes heavier and gives a quality touch
Grosgrain ribbon is a heavy weight ribbon similar to medal ribbons as used on military awards.
There are 4 types of ribbon pleat usually used in the manufacture of rosettes. Knife pleat which has been used for a number of years generally gives a flatter appearance to the rosette. Box pleat which is raises the pleat a little, as the name implies of a square box appearance. Ruffle pleat which gives the rosette a 3 dimensional look with more body to the rosette. Elizabethan pleat this is a tightly pleated ribbon rosette and is named after the collar ruffs from Elizabethan times.
Glued rosettes the most commonly used method of attaching the ribbon to the rosette.
Stitched rosettes, has been used for some time but is now less common due to the higher cost of labour and materials.
The number of tiers will determine the overall size of the rosette usually described from the outside and working into the centre.
Centre board come in varying sizes most common ones are 50mm, 58mm, 65mm
Smaller the centre board smaller the rosette
Hot foil printing is the traditional way that rosettes centres have been printed as this gives good clear results. Choice of colours in matt or gloss foils most use gold foil.
Fastening most rosette manufacturer offer 3 types of fasting, Safety pins or Crimp pins, tapes or bridle clips most charge extra form bridle clips as they are more labour intensive to fit.
Rosette tails are the streamers that come down from the rosette head. These can be of different lengths and widths. Some have set tail prices others charge per mm of length. It’s important to check if price is for 1 tail or a complete set of tails.
Tail printing a way to personalise a rosette by printing sponsorship on the tails of the rosette, there is usually a charge for printing the tails and some manufacturers will charge extra for setting the print up.