Hamilton and Inches has announced the reopening of its flagship showroom on George Street, Edinburgh after undergoing “extensive” refurbishments.
The new showroom is dedicated to enhancing the customer experience with work undertaken across its showroom, workshops, and service department.
The new storefront features curved glass panels in antique bronze, as well as jewellery displays on a carved breccia marble plinth topped in silk.
The focal point of the newly restored showroom is a hand-crafted silver Ginkgo leaf installation fitted above the diamond bar. This was created on the premises by the jewellers craftspeople with each silver leaf created to honour the team and history which encases the brand.
New interior features include a traditional design palette, incorporating leather cladding, bronze framing, walnut trims, and silk linings, reimagined, and reinvented. Additionally, each new element accentuates the ornate historic details of the Georgian ceiling, alongside chandelier lighting.
Upgrades also took place throughout the three floors above the showroom which continue to be occupied by the team’s master craftspeople and their apprentices, who handcraft bespoke jewellery and silver designs onsite.
Victoria Houghton, CEO, Hamilton and Inches, said: “I’m thrilled to unveil the newly restored showroom. This has been an amazing journey, and everyone including local contractors SJS, local chartered quantity surveyors McLeod & Aitken and bespoke joinery and furniture specialists Laurence McIntosh have worked so hard to bring our vision to life.
“The customer experience has been at the forefront of this project since inception. We incorporated residential elements into a retail environment to achieve an inviting and comfortable atmosphere whilst creating a memorable luxury experience.”