Hamilton and Inches
Hamilton & Inches workshops are jewellery makers and repairers, making one-off pieces including trophies, silverware and jewellery.
Verified by Make Works Scotland November 2014
All pieces are hand-crafted by silversmiths, chasers, polishers, hand engravers and gem setters. Hamilton and Inches are limited by the number of silversmiths they have in the workshop (they are also fabricating pieces for their own shop) but they will always try and accommodate bespoke requests. Jewellery repairs and finishing processes are also undertaken.
|Turnaround Time||Project dependent|
|Starting Cost||£100 - £500|
|File Types||PDF, JPEG|
MaterialsGold Silver Platinium Sterling Silver Britannia Silver
ProcessesStone Setting Engraving Gilding Repairs Plating Polishing Show more
Video: Make Works visit Hamilton and Inches in Edinburgh
Hamilton & Inches opened its doors in 1866, a family run jewellery retailer, silversmith and watch specialist on Princes Street, Edinburgh. In1952 the company moved to larger premises in George Street where it remains today. The silver workshops have been responsible for some important commissions such as the Lord Lyon's Crown, The Lord Justice's Mace, The Triple Crown Trophy and Scottish Open Trophy.
Contact Hamilton and Inches
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|Address||87 George Street