The Ubique Collection is in its 6th year of trading having being founded by Major Dai Davies TD RA (Retired from the Royal Artillery) and Co Director Mrs Betty Warner. They have both been involved in design and development of military models with internationally known companies.
The first Model introduced was the famous 25 pounder field gun with a classic limited edition model made in British pewter and marketed through the "gunner" magazine of the Royal Artillery. With this successful launch, the directors commissioned other Royal Artillery models and commenced retail activities at The National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire and online.
In 2012 following extensive research, the company introduced a medals service. This included framing,mounting and replacing medals for those who have lost them or require a personal set for another member of the family. Our aim is to perpetuate the memory of all those who served their country. The many testimonials we receives confirms our quality service is second to none.
By 2015 the company has developed and introduced over 300 products, most being exclusive models in pewter and cold cast bronze. The company prides itself in that almost all products are of British Manufacture.
The company markets military crested products through the "Firepower" Museum of the Royal Artillery in London and RAF crested products to the museum's in Hendon and Cosford. Other crested merchandise is supplied to many messes in regimental, PRI's as well as Royal Navy and RAF stations.
The company has commissioned crested merchandise for the police,fire and rescue and specific military events such as the Falklands Conflict.
"UBIQUE" has a team of 4 staff manning the retail shop at the National Memorial Arboretum and in July 2015 the company has taken offices and a stock and packing centre in Aldridge, West Midlands, to handle their growing sales from their retail activity and website www.ubiquecollection.co.uk
The company philosophy is to continue to develop quality products that are exclusive to UBIQUE, its customers and British made. It also has the aim of increasing its contributions to the National Memorial Arboretum and to continue to give maximum visitor satisfaction.