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Silver as material has always been highly rated. Through the years, people around the world has bought silver objects both to use and as an investment. In the pre-industrial society the value was considered to be invariable. Both Swedish and foreign silversmiths have over the centuries made fantastic objects that today are sought after by collectors. Through careful cataloguing and identification of marks we guarentuee our clients the highest level of expertise.

Russian silver items, mainly by Fabergé and Gratchev, reaches high prices. Among Swedish silver the demand is principally for 17th and 18th century silver, for candlesticks, tableware and beakers from different eras and in different styles.


With years of experience and detailed knowledge of current market trends, our specialists have the authority to give accurate valuations. They will gladly help you with a complimentary valuation without obligation. Please contact:

Karl-Magnus Törnros
+46 (0)18-18 35 23
Oscar Silfverhielm
+46 (0)18-18 35 13


  • Salvers, a pair, by Robert Joseph Auguste, Paris 1784-85. Louis XVI, silver-gilt. Lot sold: 1.800.000 SEK.
  • Candlesticks, Jonas Thomasson Ronander, Stockholm 1764. Lot sold: 495.000 SEK.
  • A 133 piece Tiffany & Co ”Japanese” sterling flatware service. Lot sold: 450.000 SEK.
  • Four entrée dishes. Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilbert, London 1785. Lot sold: 390.000 SEK.
  • A silver-gilt cup and lid, Claus Lauritzen Lave, Copenhagen 1699. Lot sold: 370.000 SEK.
  • A 17th century Riga silvergilt Bratina. Lot sold: 340.000 SEK.
  • A mid-17th century Hamburg covered cup. Lot sold: 245.000 SEK.
  • A set of four gustavian Pehr Zethelius candlesticks. Lot sold: 310.000 SEK.
  • An important silver tureen by Poul Jensen Thielgaard. Lot sold: 180.000 SEK.