Service Graphics exclusively hold the Royal Warrant for these services.
The Warrant proudly displayed at our Chessington Head Office.
A Royal Warrant is a mark of recognition to people or companies who have regularly supplied goods or services for at least five years to certain households of the Royal Family. They have always been regarded as a mark of excellence and quality, and are highly coveted and respected.
Not only does our Royal Warrant take pride of place at our entrance in Chessington it is also displayed on letterhead, brochures, vehicle fleet and website. The recognition for our service to the Royal Household is something for which we are very proud.
Service Graphics were first granted our Royal Warrant in 1996 supplying Exhibitions, Graphics and Signs to HM The Queen.
A Royal Warrant is held by a grantee to ensure the use of the warrant complies with The Lord Chamberlains rules. Our Managing Director Katy Bonnor is the holder of the Royal Warrant for Service Graphics Ltd.
THE ROYAL WARRANT HOLDERS ASSOCIATION
In the late 18th century, Royal tradesmen in Britain began displaying the Royal Arms on their premises and stationery. Queen Victoria ensured Royal Warrants gained the prestige they enjoy today. During her 64 year reign, the Queen and her family granted more than 2000 Royal Warrants, eight times as many as the Queen's uncle, George IV.
Today, there are around 850 Royal Warrant Holders.