A great symbol design from the portfolio of Belfast-based Hamill Boskett Dempsey.
There’s a lot of gold in them there fields. At least there was in the fields of Broighter, Limavady. In 1896 a local ploughman, Thomas Nicholl unearthed Ireland’s most important archaeological find “The Broighter Hoard.” It’s now on the same land that golden rapeseed oil is harvested, cold-pressed and bottled by the Kane family. We created a strong elegant brand to position the oil as a premium local product. The symbol is our interpretation of the golden torque, one of the most impressive pieces in the hoard.
Quoted from the HBD website.
I love how the negative space in the stylised torque also gives the impression of oil flowing from the bottle.
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