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23 Father’s Day Gifts for Husbands from British Royal Warrant Holders

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Father’s Day 2022 is approaching on June 19, and there’s no better way to show your husband just how much you love him than with a lasting gift. 

These 23 Father’s Day gifts for husbands, all made by British royal warrant holders, are carefully selected for their impeccable craftsmanship and unique appeal.

They capture the spirit of the true English gentleman for a Father’s Day gift that can be treasured for years to come. 

A Polo with a Fresh Look

A Polo with a Fresh Look

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John Smedley began as a humble Derbyshire factory in 1784, producing muslin fabric and cotton. By 1914, it had established itself as one of Britain’s best-known clothing labels, becoming the brand of choice for celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe and the Beatles. Maintaining the same location for over 230 years later, the company continues to produce exceptional garments. Crafted from John Smedley’s crisp Sea Island Cotton, the short-sleeve polo gets a modern yet subtly retro update in this Gilson cotton shirt with a contrast-tipped style and 3-button placket.
A Shirt As Comfy As Pajamas

A Shirt As Comfy As Pajamas

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Johnston of Elgin has been producing authentic knitwear since 1797 when Alexander Johnston first opened the Elgin Mill on the banks of the River Lossie. The company uses the highest quality natural fibers that it pairs with outstanding craftsmanship passed down through generations of artisans. Made from fine worsted merino wool, the men’s ‘PJ’ loungewear shirt in deep Mazarine blue channels the comfort of pajamas. In other words, it’s sure to keep Dad relaxed while he kicks back around the home or garden.
A Motor-Chic Case for Dads on the Move

A Motor-Chic Case for Dads on the Move

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Connolly, a 140-year-old British brand, is known for its ties to automobiles and motor racing, supplying premium leather for classic cars ranging from Rolls Royce to Aston Martin. Dads on the go will adore this amazing sports grip travel case, crafted from Connolly’s signature car upholstery leather and embroidered with the Connolly logo and GB sports badge. Straps with roller buckles and functional passport and laptop pockets make it a must-have for all his travel needs, whether for work or play.
A Tough yet Stylish Umbrella

A Tough yet Stylish Umbrella

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Fulton has been at the forefront of designing and producing umbrellas since 1956 when it was founded by inventor and engineer Arnold Fulton. The brand received a royal warrant from the Queen for its PVC Birdcage umbrella, which keeps her visible and protected even in the wettest conditions. This classic gents walker umbrella, finished with a stylish black plated frame and Italian Elmwood handle, will keep Dad dry in even the worst of downpours.
Cufflinks with Bespoke Tradition

Cufflinks with Bespoke Tradition

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Founders Harry Benson and Thomas Clegg first opened their shop in 1937 with the intent of making bespoke tailoring accessible to all. Handcrafted in the company’s workshop, these simple and sophisticated cufflinks are made from sterling silver and 9-karat gold and are backed with a Benson & Clegg whale tail for the ultimate finishing touch to any outfit.
A Bag for the Sophisticated Sportsman

A Bag for the Sophisticated Sportsman

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Family-run Ettinger was established by Gerry Ettinger in 1934 with a mission of designing fine handcrafted leather goods. In 1996, the company’s extraordinary craftsmanship was recognized with a royal warrant from the Prince of Wales. This distinctive sports bag in canvas and leather is inspired by the sporty aesthetic of London’s iconic Hurlingham Club and is perfect for keeping Dad’s belongings packed for weekend jaunts to the countryside.
A Dress-Set with Art Deco Flair

A Dress-Set with Art Deco Flair

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Fine jeweler Bentley & Skinner was formed as a result of a partnership between two established companies, Bentley & Co and Skinner & Co. Bentley & Skinner was invited to supply jewelry to the Royal Family by Queen Victoria, later receiving the honor of being named Jewelers by Royal Appointment to the Queen and the Prince of Wales. Lend a royal touch to Dad’s outfit with this exquisite Art Deco dress-set, consisting of cufflinks, dress buttons, and shirt studs. Each one is crafted from frosted rock crystal and set with a cabochon sapphire.
An Umbrella Fit for a Gentleman

An Umbrella Fit for a Gentleman

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With its exclusive workshop of over 30 highly specialized tailors, Anderson & Sheppard has been dressing some of the world’s most notable gentlemen with its comfortable and understated menswear. This elegant waterproof cotton umbrella conveys the brand’s refined approach. Crafted with a solid maple handle and silvered metal shaft, it’s available in dark blue and dark brown shades.
A Silk Scarf for a Fashionable Finish

A Silk Scarf for a Fashionable Finish

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Founded in 1885, British shirtmaker Turnbull & Asser holds a royal warrant for its superior shirts and ties. The company prides itself on its talented craftspeople who use traditional skills to create the finest ready-to-wear and bespoke garments. This fine foulard silk scarf in a rich wine color features a spotted motif and fringe detail to add a sleek finishing touch to Dad’s daytime look.
A Pair of Socks with Heritage Style

A Pair of Socks with Heritage Style

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Corgi began its operations in 1892 in a small Welsh mining village where it made stockings for the local mining community. Today, the family-run business still uses traditional methods to produce knitwear, gaining global recognition for its luxury socks. The company received a royal warrant in 1989. Treat Dad to these ultra-comfy socks. Made from pure Egyptian cotton, they sport a preppy tennis style with a contrasting ankle band.
A Brace for the Perfect Foundation

A Brace for the Perfect Foundation

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London’s Thresher and Glenny was founded in the 1700s. With its exacting approach to menswear, the company has held Royal Warrants since the late eighteenth century. Highlighting the attitude that no detail is too small, this classic brace is made from billiard-table baize wool in a sophisticated shade of muted blue.
Sneakers with a Trendy Twist

Sneakers with a Trendy Twist

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Today, Burberry is practically synonymous with understated British outerwear. The company was founded in 1856 by 21-year-old Thomas Burberry. Two decades later, he invented gabardine, the light weatherproof fabric. The brand’s vintage Archival check pattern gets a fresh update in these classic yet on-trend low-top sneakers that keep Dad cool with crisp cotton uppers.
Luxe Loafers with a Legacy

Luxe Loafers with a Legacy

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Shoemaker Crockett and Jones got its start in 1879 in Northampton, an English town known for its shoemaking legacy. The company made its name by specializing in the highest quality Goodyear welted footwear. These elegant loafers will keep Dad’s feet in ultimate comfort while lending refined style. They’re made from the finest ocean suede with a raised seam apron for supreme lightness and flexibility.
An Exotically Colorful Pocket Square

An Exotically Colorful Pocket Square

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Royal tailors since 1809, Gieves and Hawkes was established from the union of two famous businesses with a distinguished legacy—Gieves, a supplier for the British Royal Navy; and Hawkes, a supplier for the British Army. In 1771, their combined craftsmanship excellence led them to supply royal houses and famous public figures in Europe and worldwide. This fine English silk twill pocket square, printed with a floral Japanese-inspired motif and finished with hand-rolled edges, lends a refined touch to any blazer or suit.
A Hat with Silver-Screen Glory

A Hat with Silver-Screen Glory

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Lock & Co. Hatters is known as the world’s oldest hat shop. Founded in 1676, it’s credited with the creation of the world’s first bowler hat. Gift a piece of iconic film history with the Oddjob, a square-top bowler hat that pays homage to Harold Sakata’s hat in the James Bond movie Goldfinger. The collector’s piece is made from exclusive Escorial wood and finished with gold logos on the leather sweatband.
Boots to Put a Pep in His Stride

Boots to Put a Pep in His Stride

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The John Lobb story began in 1849, when Lobb, a young Cornish boy, arrived in Australia and set out to produce innovative boots for gold prospectors. The boot-making business has remained in the family for over 170 years, earning a royal warrant after producing riding boots for the Prince of Wales. This sturdy yet stylish pair is crafted from smooth polished leather and wrapped with a jodhpur strap that fastens the leg in place, making for versatile wear.
A Classically Checked Scarf

A Classically Checked Scarf

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Founded in 1894 on London’s Petticoat Lane by 16-year-old tailor Simeon Simpson, DAKS quickly gained a reputation for its impeccably tailored Simpson Suits and patented trouser design. Accessorize Dad’s cold-weather wear in classic British style with this chic and cozy check scarf, made from 100% cashmere.
Double-Duty Tweed and Leather Gloves

Double-Duty Tweed and Leather Gloves

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From humble beginnings at a small wooden house in Worcester, Dent has become synonymous with British luxury leather gloves, setting a new standard for craftsmanship in glove making. These mixed-fabric gloves are made on one side with extra-smooth hairsheep leather, named after sheep that grow hair instead of wool. The other side showcases genuine Yorkshire tweed produced at Abraham Moon, one of Britain’s last remaining vertical woolen mills.
A Tie with Scottish Heritage

A Tie with Scottish Heritage

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Kinloch Anderson has been based in one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious shopping streets for over 100 years. In the 1930s, William Kinloch Anderson made the bold move to introduce ready-to-wear men’s clothing. He was later granted royal warrants as tailor and kiltmaker. Kinloch Anderson’s exclusive wool tie features a slim profile and signature tartan on a black background, for a subtle touch of pattern to complement a solid-colored shirt.
A Versatile Leather Wallet

A Versatile Leather Wallet

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Launer began its operations in the 1940s with the vision of crafting exceptional products with fine leather. Building a reputation for exceptional goods, Launer bags soon became coveted by the elite society and royalty. This chic functional wallet with multiple card slots, crafted from Launer’s premium leather with turned-edge leatherwork, will keep all of Dad’s necessities organized.
A Folio to Fit Every Need

A Folio to Fit Every Need

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Specializing in bespoke gold, silverware, and leather goods, Thomas Lyte was founded in 2007. Master craftsmen reinvented traditional techniques to create inspired products which attained royal warrants from the Queen. Handcrafted from luxurious grained burgundy leather, the Kenley Folio is Dad’s must-have for his document storage needs.
A Watch Roll for Time Keeping

A Watch Roll for Time Keeping

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With a British take on style, William & Son was established in 1999 by William Asprey, a seventh-generation member of the Asprey family. The company has since grown to become Mayfair’s go-to luxury destination, with fine jewelry, timepieces, leatherware, and home goods produced by British craftsmen. For the watch enthusiast Dad on your list, this practical watch roll can keep up to three timepieces secure, whether he’s at home or traveling. Made from rich full grain leather, it features removable padding and a hidden cufflinks compartment.
Vintage Apothecary Shaving Set

Vintage Apothecary Shaving Set

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Beginning as Harris’s Apothecary shop on St. James Street, Dr. Harris & Co. was founded by a surgeon and a pharmaceutical chemist. Over the next fifty years, the company built a reputation selling perfumes and fragranced water to London’s fashionable elite, gaining royal warrants in 1938, 2002, and 2012 respectively. This elegant three-piece shaving set will infuse Dad’s daily grooming routine with the apothecary’s vintage flair. A chrome stand holds a razor and shaving brush with a chrome and imitation horn, ebony, or ivory finish, embossed with the D. R. Harris logo.

 

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