In 1670, ironmonger James Gibbons set up a workshop in Wolverhampton. Supreme quality of craftsmanship established his reputation and the business grew and prospered. Sir Christopher Wren put his trust in James Gibbons ironmongery, as leading architects have done to the present day.
By the late 19th Century “the oldest established lockmaker in Britain” had diversified into the manufacture of a much wider range of architectural metalwork. Examples of James Gibbons’ craftsmanship can be seen in many notable and historic applications, including Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, and in the famous musical clock outside Fortnum & Mason in London.
This key comes from a set of asylum keys and is hand crafted into a stunning bracelet. it features a lobster clasp fastener and can come in Small, Medium or large. I can make it measure your wrist. A unique piece of history