GEE BROTHERS AND THE LETTERPRESS
Gee Brothers was started unintentionally when founder Andrew Pearson-Gee’s father gave him a small Adana printing press for his 7th birthday. What started as a game ended up tempting him away from chartered surveying to start Gee Brothers full-time in 1975.
It has been a family company from the outset with almost every family member working in it at some stage. It became Gee Brothers by name in 1999 when Andrew’s brother William left the Army and joined. Although William has now left and is a minister in the Church of England, he keeps in close touch with his brother.
The company has grown organically since its inception and has built up an enviable reputation for high quality and excellent service. Now run by a small, skilled team of 10, still working and printing on the same site in Battersea, Gee Brothers are passionate about preserving traditional print processes and pride themselves on producing stunning printed stationery.
Customer service is key to the Company’s success, and the staffing ratio between customer support and printing, shows how much it invests in providing its customers with a first-class service.
Gee Brothers took over the company Letterpress of Cirencester in 2017, and both companies now operate from the same site in Battersea, since the Cirencetser shop sadly closed in 2019. Together they have joined forces to continue to preserve traditional print methods, and keep producing fine quality work for many years to come.
The Letter Press are well established printers of top quality stationery. We have more than twenty years experience in letterpress printing and regularly create all kinds of bespoke designs for our clients be it wedding invitations, social invitations, birth announcements, change of address or christmas invitations.