Glover and Smith Designs
Glover and Smith Designs
Glover & Smith Designs
Unit 10, Wilton Business Centre
Near Salisbury
United Kingdom

t: 01722 741096
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Heart box, heart gifts UK made, love token gifts valentine gifts for her

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"A heart to love, and in that heart,
Courage, to make love known."
- William Shakespeare, Macbeth

Valentine gifts UK made, heart gifts, love tokens

The heart is a symbol of love and also vulnerability and the traditional heart shape has long been used as a symbol of the spiritual, emotional and moral care of a human being.

The original sketch for the heart box

22.50 Code: heartbox

Beautiful handmade pewter box in the
shape of a heart
with semi precious stone.

The perfect bridesmaid gift,
presents for girlfriends, loved ones

5cm long in an organza pouch

Eco friendly gifts from Glover and Smith

underside of glover and smith boxes uk made
Underside of box showing Worshipful Company
of Pewterers and our maker's marks

and the words "Hand crafted in lead free
pewter Glover & Smith England"

happy customer comment...
"Exactly what it looked like, it was
perfect for the occasion."


Why give a box as a gift?
The perfect gift on its own, ideal
for storing those little keepsakes,
mementos and reminders of
a person or special event.

Our pewter boxes make great gifts for birthday, anniversary, engagement, bride, bridesmaid, graduation, Christmas, collectors and special occasion presents. Geat valentines gift.

But presentation can be everything,
so why not combine a box with a special surprise
inside - some of our pewter earrings or cufflinks
for example!

The ideal gift for that special
person, whatever the occasion!


Gift Wrapping
  3.50 per item.
 (tick to select)

In the Renaissance and later in the Baroque age the heart on a coat of arms stood for eternal faithfulness and courage.

In Roman times and even up to the 1500’s, the word Valentine meant the name of a person picked from a box to be your sweetheart. Around 1533, it became a folded piece of paper with the sweetheart’s name on it. By 1610, it had become the gift, given to that special person and by 1824 it had become the poem, letter or verse to a sweetheart that we know today.


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