Bellmans' Silver Department sells silver in bi-monthly sales, including high quality silverware and objects of vertu from early antique pieces to modern designs.
Recent highlights include a George I Britannia Standard silver twelve sided tazza, made by Thomas Mason in London 1717, which reached £8,300, while a Theo and Sarah Fabergé silver-gilt and enamel egg, one of 50 made in London in 2006, with a panorama of the Houses of Parliament sold for £5,300 and eleven Christmas boxes by Stuart Devlin made almost £6,000 in total.
Our silver department has years of experience covering well-known makers from the sixteenth to twentieth century.
Valuations take place both in our Sussex Saleroom and our London office on Brook Street, Mayfair, as well as 'pop-up' valuation days across the country. Preliminary estimates can also be provided via our website and we are delighted to arrange home visits.
- Russian Works of Art