We can assess all hallmarked silver and silver plate from modern flatware to antique hollow wares.

Silver is weighed and researched where necessary, such as identifying the maker’s marks which can add value in some instances.

As has been proven past sale results, some silverwares are worth so much more than their scrap value so it is also worth seeking our advice with a free initial valuation.

We are delighted to provide clients considering selling with the current auction value of their silver – from a single item to an entire haul.

Sale highlights

Sale highlights include a Victorian silver tea set on tray by celebrated silversmiths The Barnards at £3,000 and a rare 19th century ‘Historismus’ cup at £8,000.

A private collection of antique silver vinaigrettes and scent bottles sold for £26,000 at auction.

Our sales regularly feature all manner of antique works of art including miniature portraits, enamel and porcelain snuff boxes, inlaid tea caddies, enamel pill patch boxes, bronzes, chargers, cloisonne wares, enamel scent bottles, clock garnitures and stationary boxes. You never know what curiosity could turn out to be a hidden gem – and that’s where we come in!

Contact us for a free valuation and appraisal.

Upcoming Auction
Auction Date

15th July 2024


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Call us on 01543 251081

Sold at auction

The silver swan was consigned to auction by a Burton woman following a valuation at Burton Market Hall.
Sold £6,600
A Della Robbia three section plaque, sold £4,200 on July 19 2022
Sold £4,200
Sold £2,000

Department Specialists

Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams

Senior Valuer
Lisa Spence

Lisa Spence

BSc (Hons) DGA Cert GA Jewellery Valuer

In The News

Considered the most renowned Indian silversmith ever, Oomersi Mawji’s peerless work is still sought after all over the world.

Silver by renowned Indian silversmith Oomersi Mawji in Lichfield auction

Sold at £35,000: MacLeod’s Maidens, Skye, painted by John Brett ARA (British 1831-1902), oil on canvas, signed and dated 1884.

140-year-old painting of iconic Scottish landmark sells for £35,000 in Lichfield auction


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