We’ve worked with iconic brands, many of which you’ll know well…
We worked with Makers and Merchants to create baubles, tins and sweet treats that add festive cheer to any Yuletide celebration. Take a look at how we pulled off this Christmas miracle.
The Dog House have teamed up with Michelin starred chef Michel Roux to create two styles of treats: Random Rewards to be used for training, and Bedtime Biscuits, specifically designed to help give canines a cosy night’s sleep.
Penhaligon's were keen to develop a unique, stand-out range of tins for their Christmas collection and invited Tinplate to partner with design agency JKR, to develop the gift line.
Fortnum and Mason’s Tea Infusion range includes a number of exquisitely paired teas and herbs. They’re designed to appeal to a young, health-conscious audience looking for alternative products and a new favourite tea.
Tilda were looking to increase the sale of 2kg packs of rice and approached Tinplate to explore the possibility that tin packaging could help support this aim.
Harrods’ multiple ranges of tea, coffee and hot chocolate tins are always exquisitely designed with luxury in mind.
Boots understand the power of packaging and they use this to great effect in their Soap & Glory cosmetic range. Using retro pictures and a characteristic pink they work to ensure brand consistency across their formidable range.
Tinplate initially met Spicentice at a food exhibition and discovered that this family run traditional spice maker required some new product packaging concepts for their spice rub range.
When Whittard of Chelsea rebranded their Tea Tin range in 2010, Tinplate were incredibly proud to be asked to produce a range of 3 different size tea caddy tins, each with a distinct print design.
The Male Grooming industry is growing at an incredible rate. Businesses are developing products that are not only practical but appeal to a lifestyle. Historically men have spent more on shaving products than any other cosmetic, but with facial hair also on trend right now, Oil Can Grooming have targeted a market that care about both the appearance of themselves and the lifestyle it portrays.
Bendick’s has enjoyed Royal patronage since first being awarded a gold Royal warrant in 1962 and were therefore keen to recognise the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation. Tinplate were approached by Bendick’s' design agency Farrows, with a request to produce a limited edition commemorative tin to recognise this prestigious event.
Shea Mooti are a skin care brand dedicated to young babies and new mums. Their focus is on natural, organic ingredients based in pure ethically sourced Shea Butter. Tin is an excellent choice as a presentation package as it is completely recyclable and suits Shea Mooti’s ethical ethos and elegant products.