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gold stamping

Personalisation is central to the Smythson story. From handbags and diaries to leather accessories and gifts, our artisans will hand stamp your products in gold or silver using traditional presses to achieve a flawless finish.

PERSONALISATION MADE SIMPLE

  1. Choose the piece you would like to personalise and select “add personalisation”.
  2. Select your personalisation options.
  3. Time to get creative. Experiment with motifs and lettering on your favourite piece.
  4. Finally, review and add your creation to your basket. You’re done.

We offer a complimentary collect in store service for personalised orders; simply select
“Collect in Store” at the checkout.

Gold stamping is offered at £6.95 per letter and £10 per motif.

To find out more, please contact us +44 (0)20 7629 8558 or click here to email us.

START PERSONALISING

Pick your favourite piece and start personalising.

THE PERFECT PRESENT

Make every present even more special with added personalisation.

A UNIQUE LEGACY

Discover some of the most important moments so far in our rich 130-year history.

KATHARINE HEPBURN’S ADDRESS BOOK

In 1955, Katharine Hepburn ordered two address books with “London, California, New York” on the front and filled the pages with famous contacts from each locale, including Frank Sinatra, Rock Hudson and Sir Winston Churchill.

THE BOND STREET BAG

One of our very first handbags, the Bond Street bag was designed to “always hold just a little more”. Elegantly stamped with the initials A.E.G. on the front in silver foiling, this is one of the earliest examples of personalisation in our archive.

VIVIEN LEIGH’S DIARY

Celebrated English stage and film actress, Vivien Leigh was an avid user of Smythson diaries, notebooks and stationery. Her collection of books carried the personal touch of her name, always angled in the top left corner.

SIR HARDY AMIES’ DIARIES

Savile Row designer Hardy Amies had a client and close friend, Lady Hulse, who always thanked him for his work with a personalised Panama diary—a tradition she continued from the 1940s through to the 1980s.