Jewellery, Silver and Watches

Silver and Silver-plate

A rare late 17th century silver parcel gilt small chinoiserie tankard, circa 1685
Sold for £44,640; $59,572; €53,612

Dreweatts hold 11 Silver and Objects of Vertu Sales each year, including three flagship Fine Sales in March, July and November. These sales encapsulate the whole range of the silver market from early English silver to modern design silver from the most esteemed master makers such as Paul Storr, Hester Bateman, Matthew Boulton and Paul de Lamerie to collectable modern designers such as Gerald Benny, Stuart Develin and Christopher Lawrence. These sales often include Provincial English, Scottish and Irish silver.

European and Colonial Silver is also well represented in these sales, with recent auctions including Imperial Russian pieces by Faberge and Ovchinnikov amongst others; Chinese Export pieces by makers such as Wang Hing and Indian Colonial pieces by Oomersi Mawji.

European and Colonial silver and Objects of Vertu are also well represented in these sales, with recent sales including Imperial Russian pieces by Faberge and Ovchinnikov amongst others; Chinese Export pieces by makers such as Wang Hing; Indian Colonial pieces by Oomersi Mawji and 18th century gold boxes, including a rare specimen Steinkabinett by Johan Christian Neuber, circa 1790.

Contact our specialists in this discipline

James Nicholson

James Nicholson, FGA, DGA
Head of Department

David Rees

David Rees

Ian Pickford

Ian Pickford
Consultant

Nick Mann

Nick Mann