Durham Light Infantry Blazer Badge with intricate embroidery on black backing using silk threads and wire bullion.
Height 10 cm
Width 8 cm
All our blazer badges vary slightly in size according to the regiment design but all are designed to fit onto a standard sized blazer jacket pocket.
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In the Commonwealth, many regimental associations (veterans' organizations) wear 'regimental blazers' which also sport a similar badge on the breast pocket, usually in the form of a wire badge, and sometimes also regimental blazer buttons. In the British army officers do not normally wear badges on their blazers. Any two regimental blazers will very rarely be the same, as they are made up from different civilian sources and are not issued by any authority.
This has come to be representative of the fact that the members of the association are now civilians, but retain the bond that the badge represents. The standard color is navy blue, although in some associations different colors are worn, such as rifle green for the associations of rifle regiments.