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Noble Macmillan is quintessentially British throughout. Starting in the early 1980’s by Tom Dodd Noble and Adam Macmillan, the grandson of former prime minister Harold  Macmillan, the shop still remains in the very mews we started in. Originally known for our photo frames and albums we now has a wide range of games, accessories, stationery and other amazing gifts. Our bestselling perudo set can now be found providing family entertainment up and down the country and our albums are perfect for any milestone.

 With the recent acquisition of Walter Newburys book binders, who have been creating beautiful books for over a century for politicians, royal family and film sets alike, Noble Macmillan can now extend their bespoke range, working completely with the customers vision, to turn bespoke items around astonishingly quickly. Using the traditional skills of edge gilding, marbling, book binding and sewing, Noble Macmillan focuses on age-old craftmanship.

 With albums, journals and visitors books still being as popular as ever, Noble Macmillan continues to grow its homeware and games range, providing milestone gifts for all ages from 18ths – 80ths. Our engraver can also personalise the items in store while you wait, for any who have left it until the last-minute. From backgammon to boules, perudo to luxury trays, our collections continue to grow in amazing ranges of brightly coloured leathers.

 Designed to last a lifetime Noble Macmillan’s classic leather goods are created with both practicality and luxury in mind, combining timeless craftmanship with modern style. For over 30 years we’ve been synonymous with quality leather albums, photograph frames and diaries, and have also become famous for stylish and unusual games and travel accessories. We are unashamedly traditional in our approach, celebrating centuries old techniques and classic style, complementing this craftmanship with both conventional and contemporary colours and ideas.

website: www.noblemacmillan.com

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