|It is impossible to show the many hundreds of items in stock through this site, so below is a selection of the types of silverware that we usually carry. If you are planning a trip to London to look at a specific type of silverware, feel free to contact us first, either by phone on +44 (0) 171 405 6111 or by email to discuss our current stock in that area.
We offer a fine range of centrepieces in a variety of styles dating from 1790 - 1930, including George III and Old Sheffield Plate and antique Sheffield with glass. Prices range from £500 - £10000.
We usually stock a good selection of Epergnes including antique and Sheffield plate silver and glass dating from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Candelabra and Candlesticks
We always have in stock a fine range of candelabra and candlesticks including George III and Old Sheffield Plate. A wide range of styles are available dating from 1770 to 1900. prices range from £400 - £8000.
We usually have in stock a good selection of wine coolers, both singles and pairs. These date from 1800 to 1900 and are usually priced in the range £800 - £6000.
We always have a large variety of soup tureens in stock in a wide selection of different sizes and ranging in price from £400 - £7000.
Tea and coffee services
We offer a fine selection of tea and coffee sets including Victorian Silver and Art Deco sets. Prices range from £1000 to £10000.
Together with Argenteus, we specialise in a wide range of complete services of silver flatware (cutlery) in many patterns from the Gerorge III period to the present day in fitted boxes and canteen tables.We also offer carving trolleys and many other items of silver tableware.
R. Feldman Ltd offers a wide range of figurines and Objets D'art such as the military figure, the wedding cup and pheasants shown here.
R. Feldman also stocks a whole host of other products including condiments sets, inkstands, decanters, jugs, platters and trays, to name but a few. If there is something particular that you are looking for, please call us, or visit the shop to browse.
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