As a jeweller you have a plethora of options when it comes to boxing up your customers’ purchases, and, as PJ explored yesterday, what is on the outside matters almost as much as what is on the inside.

Fortunately, companies like Hatton and Spencer specialise in jewellery packaging and boxes, and are happy to help guide jewellers on which kind might suit their brand best.

Managing partner Anne Chambers says: “Hatton and Spencer focuses on trend-led packaging, displays and accessories to help businesses stand out on the high street and online.”


Here she discusses just a few of the product categories the company offers.

Hinged boxes
These come as both contemporary designs with tactile soft-touch coatings and velvet-suede inserts as well as more traditional packaging options with classic detailing and materials. “A hinged box is always an elegant choice,” says Chambers.

Lift-off lid boxes
The many different lift-off lid boxes in the Hatton and Spencer range mean there is an option for any jewellery brand – whether fashion or fine. “They add value to your brand and create the perfect backdrop for any jewellery,” Chambers reveals.

Postal packaging
Made especially for jewellers fulfilling online or postal orders, Hatton and Spencer’s postal packaging is designed with narrower dimensions and lightweight materials to cut down on distribution costs but also “ensure jewellery remains in beautiful condition as it travels to your customers”.

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