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The Peak of Elegance

The Peak of Elegance

For over forty years we have worked closely with our customers in the Middle East to produce masterpieces that represent and tell the story of their remarkable history and culture. One iconic animal from the region is the majestic Arabian Falcon, revered in Arabic culture, its symbolism dates back into distant antiquity and the earliest civilisations of Mesopotamia and Babylonia.

The Remarkable Secret History of the Paper Knife

The Remarkable Secret History of the Paper Knife

Is this a paper knife or a letter opener? Good question. The paper knife was not intended for opening letters, as the name suggests it was used for paper. Not any old paper either, paper knives evolved for cutting the leaves  of books.


Peace on the High Ground

Peace on the High Ground

‘Peace on the High Ground’ is an impressive sculpture, depicting a majestic wild mountain ram. It’s immortalised here standing at 23cm high - a little lower than it’s traditional Rocky Mountain habitat - and crafted in exquisite detail in just over 1387g of sterling silver.

The Journeyman Life

The Journeyman Life

As silversmiths we usually focus on the metal in our masterworks. However, it has always been part of London’s artisan community to find stone cutters, enamellers, box, silk and ribbon makers that are as much a part of the history of gold and silver working as the silversmiths themselves.

Making a mark that will last forever.

Making a mark that will last forever.

Perhaps forever is a little exaggeration, but typically silverware lasts for generations. We regularly work on restoring items that might be hundreds of years old.