At Halcyon Days we're celebrating Made in UK Day 2021 on Tuesday 9 March. For 70 years we've been committed to preserving ancient artisan skills and creating jobs locally.
As well as the obvious environmental benefits, buying British-made products is to join a journey along a path that's paved with excellence. A journey that's seen generations of craftsmen and women learn almost unchanging, meticulously mastered techniques from their predecessors. Made to last a lifetime, all the pieces we create in our Stoke-on Trent factory evoke a rich past as well as, with your help, a bright future.
The bottom of all our ceramics and enamel boxes proudly display a 'Made in England' stamp. Next time you're putting away a precious trinket or brewing a hot cup of tea, turn your product over and take a moment to think about all the talent, history and heritage that have brought it into existence.
UK manufacturing is worth £192 billion to the UK economy and employs 2.7 million people. More than 65 million people live in the UK. If everyone bought just one item made in the UK worth £40 on #madeinukday it would be worth £2.6 billion.
In a digital age where mass produced products are taking over, Halcyon Days has become the guardian of the artisan craft of enamelling. We are a business of tradition – all our enamels are made by hand in our own factory in Wolverhampton, at the heart of where the industry originated in the 18th Century.
At Halcyon Days, we offer a remarkable bespoke service to our clients by nurturing and bringing to life their inspired ideas. Working closely with you throughout, we'll create a unique piece, designed to be cherished.
100% authentically Made in England, our talented artisans and craftsmen employ skills from bygone generations to meticulously handcraft your chosen gift. Whether it be an enamel box, bangle, a pair of cufflinks or a fine bone china dinner service, allow our team to guide you through the exploratory creative process, an exceptional example of English craftsmanship.
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