Filipino craftsman stone worker Daniel Dela Cruz complicatedly structured the 2019 Southeast Asian Games decorations fusing components implying the host nation, the Philippines, as per a report by Ian Cruz on GMA News’ Saksi on Friday. Watch Pinoy Lambingan, Pinoy Ako and Pinoy Tv Online free.
The decorations will be given in the 56 games classifications in the 30th SEA Games which will begin on November 30 at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan.
Dela Cruz, who likewise structured the SEA Games burn, played up components from the Philippines.
2019 SEA Games Medals Designed By a Filipino
On the award’s front, over the SEA Games logo is a sail ordinarily utilized by Filipino pontoons.
Enclosing the logo are ocean waves connoting the Philippine archipelago.
At the back is a rendering of the offices of the game at the New Clark City, site of the SEA Games, which was fused utilizing high thickness scratching.
Images of the different games are implanted utilizing laser carving.
“How regularly do we get the opportunity to have the SEA Games? For me, to have the option to have a little influence in that and to have the option to realize that our competitors will have the option to bring home, ideally and I accept in this way, a large portion of the gold, parang nakakataba ng puso,” Dela Cruz said.
The gold decoration is 24-karat gold plated yet the wave configuration in front is made of rhodium through bi-plating innovation.
The bronze decoration isn’t made of bronze however of rose gold for a superior completion.
“Regardless of whether you win bronze, silver or gold is now a triumph… Kadalasan po ‘yung bronze, ‘pag sinabi niyo pong bronze, ang kulay ng award ay para ho siyang dark colored. Kauna-unahang beses na imbes na bronze, ang bansa natin ay gumawa ng ang tinatawag na kulay ay rose gold,” Dela Cruz said.
The strip utilized for the award utilizes hues related to the SEA Games.
The rear of the lace in the interim shows customary Filipino weave designs.
A sum of 4,800 awards was requested by the Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC) for the 30th SEA Games.