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Silver Jewellery Repair Services in London

We are Jewellery Repair Workshop in London committed to giving satisfactory results to our clients by providing them with impressive repair results. If you have a damaged piece of silver or silver plate, we are the right specialist to contact.

We evaluate the item and advise the ideal method to repair it and maintain its value. Our silver repair workshop is located at Hatton Garden, London, and we operate since 2000.

We provide repair, re-plating and restoration on antique silverware, silver cutlery, and other silver pieces. Our highly skilled silversmiths have the best tools and years of experience in accomplishing this type of job. They exert high effort, the utmost care and keen attention to every piece they fix.

What Else Do We Offer for Your Silver Pieces?

We undertake all forms of silver repairs, especially for jewellery pieces. Other than those mentioned earlier, we also cater to the following:

  • Cleaning, polishing and restoration of antique silver pieces
  • Silver soldering
  • Refurbishing from precious antique silver items, modern silver plates, EPNS, and Old Sheffield plates
  • Re-plating and repairing silver trophies, watches, frames, cups, clocks, cutleries, and jewellery
  • Replating silver flatware and vases including dishes, plates and trays
  • Restoration of modern silver-plated pieces
  • Repairing dented or broken silver – from forming to soldering to finishing
  • Electro silver plating and machine buffing
  • Restoration of silver antiques including military and religious silver

Our silversmiths can also silver plate, both bright and matte surfaces with different finishes like an oxidised, new or antique finish. The most typical micron thickness that our experts apply is from 2.5 microns up to 7 microns. It depends on the item itself and the purpose of use.

Silver Bar or Bullion
Silver Bar or Bullion

We use at least 7 microns of silver plating to achieve long-term durability, especially to those high-wear silver pieces. We even silver plate to maximum 15-micron thickness. We also silver plate for

  • Bracelets
  • Religious items
  • Console covers
  • Luxury items
  • Costume jewellery
  • Tiaras
  • Smartphones
  • Rings
  • Crowns
  • Cufflinks
  • Fashion jewellery

We guarantee the best standards of silver plating solution that will surely give your precious items a long life span.

For Your Information

We want to share with you a brief history of silver plating. We hope that it will be helpful to you and serve as additional information.

In 1743, Thomas Boulsover, who is from Sheffield’s Cutlers Company, tried to repair the decorative knife handle of his customer. On to intense heat, this silver melted and noticed how the copper and silver combined firmly. These two metals worked as one when Boulsover reshaped them. This is how he accidentally discovered the copper plating method with silver which is called Old Sheffield Plate.

In 1840, John Wright from Birmingham was the one who discovered the base metal plating process with silver. This method used electrolysis which was done with electricity. He read Carl Wilhelm Scheele’s article regarding how silver and gold cyanide react in a potassium cyanide solution. This is what he devised to assess a particular solution, just like an electrolyte. Visit us today!