Silver & Objects of Vertu

Our Silver & Objects of Vertu Department hosts the only dedicated silver sale in London, specialising in English, Irish and Scottish silver in addition to offering continental silver such as French, Dutch, Maltese and Russian as well as Non-European Silver including Indian, Burmese, Chinese and Persian.

Many of the prestigious names have successfully soldfrom Paul de Lamerie, John Scofield, Paul Storr, Hester Bateman to Oomersi Mawji, Wang Hing and Mohammad Taqi Zufan. 

Objects of vertu form an important section of the sales and include bodkins, enamels and snuff boxes, ranging from 18th century Paris examples to Faberge objet d'art.


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Auction Results

Paul Storr silver salvers
Sold for £6,200
Duke of Manchester – A pair of George III sterling silver salvers or waiters, London 1813 by Paul Storr. From the Andre Milne Collection.



Sold for £4,750
An extremely rare Charles II sterling silver livery or alms badge, London 1682 by Francis Singleton.


Sold for £27,060
Mildmay Service — A set of eleven George II sterling silver dinner plates, London 1737 by Paul de Lamerie.

Head of Department John Rogers has collected silver for fifteen years and is able to passionately advise on all aspects of buying and selling silverware in the UK.


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