Scotland is a country full of rich heritage, passion and craftsmanship. Our proud history and traditions are celebrated worldwide; from Burns night to Hogmanay, pieces of our culture are present everywhere. Located in the heart of Scotland, Hamilton & Inches has been crafting items dedicated to the celebration of Scotland for over 155 years. From quaichs to sgian dubhs, find a traditional Scottish gift worthy of honouring any occasion.
From rugged mountains to the soft shores of the Firth of Forth, the Scottish landscape inspires us in so many ways. We are proud that a tiny part of Scotland is included in every exceptional piece we make, from The H&I Bridge, inspired by the Forth Bridge, to the breathtaking inspiration that helped form our Loch Leven Earrings.
It is one of the most hauntingly beautiful places in the world, the history is fascinating, the men are handsome and the whisky is delicious. - J.K. Rowling
Robert Burns, the Bard, was a poet and larger than life character born in 1759. Whilst much of his writing is written in traditional Scots, he became accessible to all via his writing in standard English or with a light Scots dialect. His poetry now known worldwide.
Every year, Robert Burns is celebrated on the 25th January. Traditional Burns Suppers pay homage to his quick wit and good humour, where haggis, neeps, tatties and whisky are consumed and guests enjoy Burns' inspired entertainment. Enjoy your very own Burns' Supper at home with our curated collection below.
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Lang may yer lum reek: a traditional Scottish phrase wishing friends and family well on Hogmanay, or New Years Eve. Across the world, countries look to Scotland to celebrate the end of the year, and Hogmanay sees the capital, Edinburgh, transformed - where fireworks and torch precessions ensure the new year arrives with huge celebration. Wherever you spend your Hogmanay, our collection of exceptional silverware can help get the party started.
Lang may yer lum reek: a traditional Scottish phrase wishing friends and family well on Hogmanay, or New Years Eve. Across the world, countries look to Scotland to celebrate the end of the year, and Hogmanay sees the capital, Edinburgh, transformed - where fireworks and torch precessions ensure the new year arrives with huge celebration. Wherever you spend your Hogmanay, our collection of exceptional silver bar and tableware can help get the party started.
Beneath the spectacular scenery of the Grampian Highlands, a delicate seam of Scottish Gold is being carefully and ethically extracted; one of the rarest precious metals in the world. Our exclusive 22ct
Quaichs or drinking cups, have been a traditional part of Scotland since the 17th century. A two handled cup, the quaich is often used at weddings, the happy couple enjoying their first drink together. The item can also be on display, with bespoke messaging hand-engraved into the silver.
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“The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whisky. By diligent effort, I learned to like it.” – Winston Churchill. Explore our range of whisky glasses and tumble cups online now.
Our Scottish Craft
We are proud of our exceptional artisans whose rare skills help further the future of craft in Scotland. From silversmiths to hand-engravers, find out moreeabout our craftsepeople below now.
Whether purchasing for yourself or as a gift - from sporrans to sgian dubhs, our collection of Highland Dressware accessories has everything you need to look the part. Explore online below.
2021 saw the anniversary of Sir Walter Scott's birth. A prominent novelist and historian, Scott transformed how the world regarded Scotland, and was responsible for the rediscovery of Scotland’s Crown jewels, the Scottish Regalia. A prominent neighbour, at 31 years of age Sir Walter purchased 39 North Castle Street, just minutes from our showroom at 87 George Street. He left a permanent mark on the city, honoured via the Sir Walter Scott Monument on Princess Street.