- Product Details
The Personalised Hammer - Scroll makes a wonderful heirloom which is sure to be passed down from generation to generation.
This unique hammer is an original and exciting gift for birthdays, Christmas, Father's Day or even house-warming parties.
The hammer's handle is made from strong natural wood, which will look even better as it ages. The forged steel head has a split end for pulling out bent or misplaced nails. This toolbox essential is ideal for woodwork and other home tasks.
The hammer comes with a traditional scroll shape professionally engraved half-way down the handle. The scroll has space for the name of your choice to be engraved - with room for up to 13 characters. We can also engrave a message of your choice underneath the scroll, with space for two more lines of 20 characters each.
This bespoke hammer is a wonderful way to show your favourite handyman or woman how you feel, and is certain to be treasured for years to come.
- Personalised hammer
- The perfect gift for handyman
- 16oz claw hammer
- Steel Head
- Wooden Handle
- Handle expertly engraved
- Measures approx. 32cm x 14cm
- Customer Review
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- Delivery & Returns
2nd Class Mail:
Sent via 2nd Class Royal Mail: £3.99.
The delivery timescale is 2-3 working days.
1st Class Mail:
Sent via 1st Class Royal Mail: £4.99.
The delivery timescale is 1-2 working days.
Next Working Day (currently not available)
Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday, sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
Saturday (currently not available)
Orders received by 2:00 pm, sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
The delivery timescale is approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch: £9
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