Gift giving is a beautiful expression of courtesy, gratitude and respect. It begins with carefully selecting a gift that closely matches the recipient’s personality. Royal Selangor offers engraving and colour printing to add a touch of individual flair to the occasion.
Meaningful phrases, significant dates, initials, names and company logos are emblazoned on your pewter piece using two types of engraving methods:
Perfect for any pewter surfaces
Ideal for wooden or glass surfaces
Our designers and artisans continuously expand the limits of pewter design while staying true to our heritage of craftsmanship. Joining us on this journey are like-minded design collaborators such as the award-winning Erik Magnussen and Jamy Yang as well as cultural organisations such as the V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum).
Bespoke trophies from Royal Selangor commemorate victorious moments at sporting events such as the Formula 1 in Malaysia, Singapore and China, Shanghai ATP 1000 Masters and the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia Golf Tournament.
Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Royal Selangor has standalone stores in top retail capitals around the world, including London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing, Melbourne and Sydney. Royal Selangor products are also carried by top department stores such as Wako in Japan, Harrods in London, and Hudson Bay in Toronto.
Royal Selangor’s repertoire of skills in the decorative arts is represented through our sister companies. Famed for fine silverware, Comyns is also renowned for its interpretive works, particularly those of Paul de Lamerie – one of the leading silversmiths of 18th century England. Selberan specialises in creating 18k gold and diamond jewellery that follows the European approach to craftsmanship.
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His Royal Highness Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, the late Sultan of Selangor, had been an occasional customer of Selangor Pewter during the 1970s. The Sultan would often buy a pewter tea set for a visiting head of state or gifts for his trips abroad.
In the late 1970s, the Sultan was travelling in Perth, Australia, when he stepped into a large department store with his entourage and was respectfully asked by the sales assistants where he was from.
“Selangor,” the Sultan answered.
“Ah, Selangor Pewter,” the sales staff intoned. The Sultan was tickled that the Australians had heard of Selangor Pewter but not of the state of Selangor nor the Sultan of Selangor.
On his return, he decided that the pewter company should have royal status.
In 1979, he conferred a royal warrant on Selangor Pewter. After that, he insisted that every piece he bought be engraved with the words:
“By royal appointment to his Royal Highness, The Sultan of Selangor”
In 1992, in recognition of the royal warrant, the company officially changed its name to Royal Selangor.