Time Capsules

Your history for future generations. Time capsule are used by schools, companies, councils and even families to record and preserve today’s artifacts for future generations, documenting how we live today.

We manufacture two types of time capsule, cast lead and composite.  The lead capsule is rectangular in shape and the composite type is round with three choices.  Should you wish to mark the site of your capsule we make a large range of commemorative plaques. 

The International Time Capsule Society in Atlanta USA provides a free registry of capsules around the world, making sure that they are properly recorded. They provide a free online registration form for anyone wishing to register.

Recording the whereabouts of your capsule is very important, as many capsules in the past have been lost, due to poor record-keeping (who will know where you have placed your time capsule in hundreds of years from now).

All the products you see on this website are handmade by ourselves from our original designs for your personal requirements.

We have been designing and manufacturing by hand at our foundry in Croft, Lincolnshire for over 40 years.

Lead for london zoo
Two small composite with logo
The RNLI cast lead capsule
Heathrow Aviation
Large composite
Lead time capsule with lid removed
BAE Systems composite time capsule
School time capsule with custom text cast in the centre

By going direct to the makers you can ensure a better service and value for money. 

 Ideas of what to put in?

 

Click the pictures below for further information & pricing.

Who buries time capsules and why?

You maybe opening a new building and you wish to preserve the moment for your organization future with staff contributing to its contents.

Your family may wish to celebrate moving into a new home, or the arrival of a new family member who can open it later in life, look back at how we lived and then pass it onto their future family.

A company may wish to mark the launch of a new business or celebrate a company milestone.

Schools may wish to celebrate an important moment in the school’s history, a brand-new school building, or celebrate a centenary.  Pupils may wish to capture their time in school, involving all their classmates or the entire school – to be opened say in fifty years!

What will the future be and how will we have changed?