Limited-Edition Royal Blue Wax Seal Stamp Set


Wax seals have been used since Roman times to ensure that the contents of a letter remained private. With this solid brass thistle stamp, you can seal your hand-written letter with a Scottish flourish and a nod to the new King, Charles III, whose Coronation emblem features the thistle of Scotland and whose love of the natural world shines through in all he does. This limited-edition set also features wax sticks in a deep and vivid royal blue.

The stamp is mounted on a hand-turned handle made from sustainably sourced Highland timber – windfall harvested after winter storms – by Andy Walters, a master of the ancient craft of wood turning. 

The kit includes three wax sticks.

    Due to ongoing issues across the UK with all delivery platforms, we cannot guarantee arrival of your purchases before the January 4th. Thank you for your patience. 

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    The Fife Arms, Mar Rd, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5YN, Scotland.​

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    Andy Walters

    Growing up on the edge of the Pennines, Andy Walters developed a love of beauty and adventure alongside an energy to design and create. After an early career in Engineering, he moved with his new wife Rebecca to the Highlands where he first built a house for his young family and then created Black Isle Woodturning, driven by his passion for sustainability, quality workmanship and the preservation of traditional craft.

    A member of the Guild of Master Craftsmen, Andy combines traditional methods with modern technology, seeking to preserve the ancient skill of woodturning while providing precise, creative, quality pieces. His timber is local and sustainably sourced – much of it is windfall, a bounty of the severe storms that ravage the Highlands. The waste products from his workshops, including off-cuts, shavings, chippings and sawdust, are collected, stored and used to heat the workshop through the winter months.

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