Depending on what you would like engraved, our experts are prepared to help you decide whether the hand engraving or machine engraving option is best for you.
Since 1993, John Flitton has provided Morrison Smith Jewelers and our customers with unique talent and experience in hand engraving. During his career, John has marked championship cups, humidor boxes for the Masters, and a silver jewelry casket for Margaret Thatcher. Additionally, he designed a silver coffee cup for the Queen of England and a commemorative box for the late Princess Diana. Most recently, he engraved the Queen's Corgis and sent it as a gift to her. He can engrave family crests, signatures and almost any custom graphics as well. This represents the most popular type styles that are available.
Since 1987, Patty Freeman has provided Morrison Smith Jewelers and our customers with her machine engraving skills and talent, using different types of power-driven engravers that work off templates or computer-aided designs. Machine engravers burrow into or spreads the metal apart. It is important to get a deep impression for the engraving to last a long time. Corporate and school logos can be digitized for continued use on service awards and gifts. This represents the styles that are available in machine engraving.