The London Silver Vaults, London
The London Silver Vaults began life in 1876 as strongrooms for the safe deposit of silverware, jewellery, and important documents.
The original building in Chancery Lane was completely destroyed by bombs during World War II, but the vaults and their precious contents were not even slightly damaged.
In 1953 the London Silver Vaults were moved to Chancery House, home to around forty shops specialising in trading silverware.
This is the largest display of silver under one roof in the world.
The silver antiques dealers and retailers have is a saying: “If you can’t find it at the Vaults, you can't find it anywhere”.
The London Silver Vaults
London Silver Vaults, Chancery House 53-64
London WC2A 1QT - UK
Tel. +44 020 7242 3844