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Sterling Silver 454g Golden Shred Marmalade Lid Personalised

Personalisation - Hand Engraving
Delivery Information
  • Luxury Sterling Silver Golden Shred Marmalade Lid.
  • Handmade.
  • This Sterling Silver Lid fits a 454g marmalade jar.
  • Simply transfer this lid to replacement jars for future use.
  • Hallmarked.
  • Comes with a full jar of Marmalade.
  • To compliment this beautiful gift our Hand Engraver can Engrave your message around the Sterling Silver Rim or on top of the lid. The perfect Engraved Gift.
  • Hallmarked Sterling Silver.
  • Gift Box included.
This lid can be personalised on top of the lid or around the outside rim of the lid with a Hand Engraved message, date or name in script or block style lettering.   
Personalisation - Hand Engraving

We traditionally hand engrave all of our items. This is created with Peter deeply cutting out the silver by hand using hand held chisel tools (gravers), giving you a beautiful deep 3d effect engraving which will never fade and last forever.

Delivery Information

Free UK Post - Despatch within 7 working days

Express Delivery £6.50 - Despatch within 3 working days

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
anthony slessor

Excellent carving - streets ahead of companies that use machines to engrave.

George Redgrave
Engraved marmalade lid

I am delighted with the engraving on the marmalade lid, it is just what I wanted.

David Myles

Beautifully neat quality engraving.

Jean Smart
Silver lid for Heinz Tomato Sauce bottle

Ace in all respects.......good communication, fast delivery and a delightful purchase beautifully engraved.

Traditional Hand Engraving

Traditional Hand Engraving - A time honoured craft

Traditional Hand Engraving

Hand Engraving is a dying art, it is a traditional way of engraving and has been done this way for many years. Nowadays there are less skilled hand engravers around and machines are now being used which do not give the quality and durability that Hand Engraving gives, every process of hand engraving is done by hand and it is all down to the skill of the engraver Peter, it gives the article a very artistic look.