Most of our business is with the corporate sector. Whether it is making several hundred pens and boxes or laser engraving several thousand coasters for a series of events, no order is too big and none is too small. Some of the products we have made in the recent past include a retiral casket which was designed to look like an old-fashioned radiogram which contained a decanter of whisky, 2 glasses and 6 different coasters with the inside back of the radiogram being laser-engraved with a tribute from the recipient’s colleagues. One of our most prestigious orders was for a fountain pen made from rhododendron, in an oak box, for each of the 8 chief negotiators at the G8 Summit at Gleneagles Hotel. This was personally chosen by the Prime Minister as a gift after seeing some of the pens we made for the Woodland Trust. At the same time we also completed an order for pens for the staff of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh who were celebrating their Quinncentenary. Recent work on behalf of the Ministry of Defence included being the Official Pen Supplier for the Trafalgar 200 Celebrations, with pens being made from oak taken from HMS Victory during renovations,and Falkland 25 Commemorations pens and coasters. Over the last few years we have laser-engraved pens and boxes for dozens of companies, charities, public bodies and numerous private individuals. We give an absolute commitment to all customers that any logos, trademarks or copyright images that we use on theirbehalf will not be used for other purposes than intended.  This is in particular for companies etc who also use their own images  on other branded items eg whisky companies and so on. We sometimes use these images as examples of what laser-engraving can look like or to give potential customers an idea of some of our customers, but we will always ask for permission first. If you have any ideas or would like further information please do not hesitate to get in touch.