The world famous London Silver Vaults, in the heart of London's legal district, is home to the world's largest collection of fine antique silver, and also to a wealth of knowledge on the subject from the owners of the 37 shops, many of whom are 2nd and 3rd generation dealers. Behind the huge safe doors and within its vaulted walls, it is possible to find anything from a champagne swizzle stick to a full size silver armchair! Although English silver predominates, there are specialists who deal in silver from every corner of the world. In fact, every period and every style is catered for, in this unique setting.The dealers of 'The Vaults' have supplied the trade and public alike for over 50 years, many having supplied the most famous 'retail' stores, private collections and museums. No customer is too small to be supplied and our integrity is paramount. Merchandise is always sold with a guarantee to condition and authenticity. The London Silver Vaults is an unusual, interesting and exciting place to explore and many regular visitors make it their first stop when arriving in the city. It is the finest centre for silver in the world today and to quote a famous collector, 'If you cannot find it in the Vaults, you cannot find it anywhere.' We hope that our on-line brochure will give you an insight to this incredible collection of the art of the silversmith and that you may be tempted to visit us and buy with confidence from the largest gathering of specialist dealers in the world.
Listings from The London Silver Vaults
Pair Fine Antique Silver George III Sauceboats on oval collet foot. Made by Thomas Ellis of London in 1781. 25 Troy ozs
Hallmarked Silver Shaped Pierced Dish. Made by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffied in 1908
A pair of hand-made Edwardian sterling silver chased vases. Made by the Pairpoint Brothers of London in 1902, with hand-chased floral & bird bodies, and lio...
A hand-made Edwardian sterling silver 'boat shaped' soup tureen with Gadroon edges. Made by Goldsmiths & silversmiths of London in 1907.
George II Antique Silver Sugar Castor made by Samuel Wood of London in 1750, weight 6 Troy ozs. The castor is of a plain round form with a detachable pierced li...
A classic example of Gerald Benny's distinctive design and superb craftmanship. Shipping is included
A very heavy and solid German tankard. Embossed with a medieval hunt scene, with a gold lining. Shipping is included. 24 x 15 cms
A hand-made sterling silver Edwardian chased two-handled cup & cover. Made by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths of London in 1908.
A hand-made Antique Victorian sterling silver hand-engraved wine ewer with grape-vine handle. All made by William Hunter of London in 1854.
Edwardian cast sterling silver. Hand-made model of a running fox. Made by Beresford & Co, of Birmingham in 1906.
A hand-made large Georgian Old Sheffield plate meat cover dome in the 'melon' style. Made in CA. 1820.
A massive pair of bronze vases each with its own scenes. Shipping & handling inclued.
A beautifully hand chased model of an owl with detachable head. Hollow inside, eyes may have been replaced at some stage. Shipping included.
Antique Silver Elegant Oval Sweetmeat Basket with Reed Engraved border.Made by Henry Chawner of London in 1789
A very pretty pair of candlesticks with cherub detail and ornate design. Shipping is included
Beautifully chased Elkington jug with 2 smaller matching beakers.
A pair of stylish candelabra - copies of the art deco period. Shipping is included
Antique late georgian sterling silver hand-made and chased swing-handled basket with cast floral border. Made by Rebecca Emes & John Barnard of london in 18...
Made by the famous lady Silversmith Hester Bateman, in London. A very collectable piece with beading and bright cut engraving. Shipping is included
A magnificent 5 piece table Garniture. Candelabrum 26 ins. high tall comports 19 ins. high, small comports 10.5 ins. high. The glass dishes baccarat, copied fro...