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Engraving

To add that special, personalised touch, our in store Engraver can inscribe your ring, jewellery, watch or gift. At Sinclairs we stock many high quality gifts for you to personalise and add that special touch.

The most common items for engraving are as follows:

If you want to make an impression in business you will need corporate gifts with a certain quality of craftsmanship - we can engrave or inscribe your logo onto a variety of high quality gifts including: watches, pendants, hip flasks, money clips, pens, trophies and many more...

If you would like an item engraved by Sinclairs please ask a member of staff in store or if buying online please contact us on 01467 620275 or info@sinclairsjewellers.co.uk stating the item you are interested in with the model name or number where possible. Please include the message you would like engraved, checking spelling carefully and that it is in the format you require e.g. ALL CAPS, lowercase or Capital Letters At The Beginning of a Word. If you are unsure our engraver will be on hand to advise what style of engraving would be best suited to your item.

Whilst we endeavour to engrave the majority of items listed in the categories above there may be the occasional product that is not able to be engraved, often due to an unusual shape or excessive manufacturer branding leaving no available space. Please note that in this case a plaque can be engraved in a gold or silver tone which can be placed on or inside the product's box. Please contact us on 01467 620275 or info@sinclairsjewellers.co.uk and we can arrange to have a plaque made for your box or possibly send the item to be hand engraved at an additional cost.

Standard engraving charge - £15.00 (up to 25 characters, any additional characters add 25p each)

Circular or arc text - add £3

Items not purchased from Sinclairs - £20 (up to 25 characters)

Updating annual cups or shields - £15

Please note any items which are personalised are exempt from our returns policy, unless they are deemed to be faulty.

This does not affect your statutory rights.