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Halcyon Days coming to Randalls Jewellers – Altrincham

We are so excited to introduce our next addition to Randalls Jewellers store and online!

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Please give a warm welcome to the outstanding prestigious range of bangles from Halcyon Days.

bangles from halcyon days
bangles from halcyon days

Halcyon days

Short Bio

A business of tradition with a team of highly skilled craftsmen and master artists employing refined techniques and processes. The brand is best known for gifts and fashion accessories and specialises in bespoke services to create exceptional and unique gifts for a discerning international clientele.

Our Story

Established in 1950 as an emporium of antique gifts in Mayfair, London, specialising in 17th Century enamelware, Halcyon Days produce the most exquisite enamelware in
England. However, as the world has evolved, so has our brand; we are now also known as the destination for luxury gifts, English fine bone china and fashion accessories.

Our team of highly skilled craftsmen and master artists employ refined techniques that have been handed down for generations. As the guardian of enamelling, the company promotes, cherishes, develops and maintains British craftsmanship and manufacturing.

We take great pride in creating and delivering exceptional and unique luxury gifts for an international clientele. Halcyon Days is one of only fourteen companies in the world to hold all three Royal Warrants to the British Royal Household – testament to our consistently high-quality products.

Strengthening bonds beautifully for 70 years, we set new traditions with our gifts designed to last a lifetime.

Established in A business of tradition with a team of highly skilled craftsmen and master artists employing refined techniques and processes. The brand is best known for gifts and fashion accessories and specialises in.

Established in 1950, Halcyon Days began as a small emporium of antique gifts in Avery Row, Mayfair. Although the art of enamelling on copper had flourished throughout the second half of the 18th century, it had almost completely ceased by the 1830s, and by 1950 the process was almost solely reserved for utility items such as saucepans.

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