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Silver Plate Antiques - one of our most popular product categories here at Regent Antiques Silver plate antiques are one of our largest categories…

Silver Plate Antiques - one of our most popular product categories here at Regent Antiques

Silver plate antiques are one of our largest categories here at Regent Antiques, as you will see when you browse through the many items we are offering for sale. We have an enormous range of antique silver plated antiques such as Victorian candelabras, trays, and table centrepieces, as well as Art Deco style items such as cocktail shakers, ice buckets, and so on. 

A wide range of antique silver plate from well known makers

Our range also includes English Old Sheffield plated silver from the famous 18th century silversmith Matthew Boulton as well as items from the renowned silversmiths J Dixon and Sons, Elkington & Co, Mappin & Webb, Henry Waterhouse, John Figg, W.C Griffiths and many more. Individual items of cutlery and tableware as well as complete canteens of silver plated cutlery are often show in our inventory and are always very popular.

Our inventory changes regularly so please contact us if you are interested in a particular item, especially if you intend to make a journey to our showroom in London to view the item.

To help you to find the item you need and ensure it is in fact what you are looking for, we provide a comprehensive range of photographs with each item, along with detailed information regarding its size.

Let Regent Antiques find the silver plate item you are looking for

If you are looking for a particular piece or perhaps something by a specific maker then you are welcome to contact us and let us know what it is you seek - we will do our best to find it for you. 

Another service we provide will send you alerts, free of charge, when a new item is listed in any of your categories of interest. 

Visit our showrooms in North London and see our inventory of antique silver plate for yourself

We only have a small selection of our complete range of silver plate antiques online, with much more in our London antiques warehouse. If you are looking for a special item, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss it with you.

The showrooms are open to the public for viewing every day during the week and on occasional Saturdays. Please see the homepage of this website for details of our opening hours and Saturday opening days. The showrooms are very easy to find, being just a few steps from Manor House tube station which is on the Piccadilly Line.

If you can’t make the trip to the showrooms, then online purchasing is fine but be sure to study the photographs in detail to make sure that the piece you wish to buy is in the condition that you require before making your decision as we want you to be delighted with your new acquisition when it arrives. 

Our staff are happy to answer your questions and provide additional information as required - just telephone or send us an email, contact details are on every page and on the “Contact us” page. Please be sure to quote the item’s reference number in order to avoid confusion as we do have many items which are similar.

Worldwide shipping for antique silver plate

We pack and ship items of antique silver plate to customers all over the world so please contact us for a shipping quote for the items you are interested in. UK mainland customers will get their items shipped to them free of charge.

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Ref: A3350
Antique Art Deco Drakes Silver Plated Beef Carving Trolley C1930

Antique Art Deco Drakes Silver Plated Beef Carving Trolley C1930

A magnificent and rare fully restored antique Art Deco silver plate serving cart, by Drakes of Brewer Street, London, circa 1930 in date.  Serve your roast beef in style!! This stunning trolley is suitable for serving cooked meats such as roast beef, lamb, and turkey. It features a vented silver plated locking retractable revolving dome which opens to a detachable well and water tank over a spirit burner. The water tank has two recesses for containers for gravy or vegetables, as well as an aluminium carving board. It has a vented screw knob for filling the tank with water  and for vapour or steam escape. The sides are fitted with handles and a detachable plate holder, set upon an oval mahogany cabriole leg base.   The center shelf is fitted with an oval silver plated utensil tray mounted on four rubberized wheels along with original castors. This superb piece was crafted by perhaps London's finest silversmith of the time, Drakes Silversmiths of Brewer Street, London W1. It is a Drakes model Min, No: 1908, one if the most desirable models that they made, with the revolving dome which makes it very easy to use. This truly exceptional piece is offered in superb fully restored overall condition. Condition: In really excellent condition the showwood having been beautifully repolished in our workshops, the silver plated parts have all been beautifully replated by a top London silversmith, please see photos for confirmation.  

Dimensions in cm:

Height 112 x Width 92 x Depth 57

Dimensions in inches:

Height 3 foot, 8 inches x Width 3 foot x Depth 1 foot, 10 inches

Ref: A3051
Vintage 2ft3inch Rolls Royce Spirit of Ecstasy Sculpture mid 20th Century

Vintage 2ft3inch Rolls Royce Spirit of Ecstasy Sculpture mid- 20th Century

A large  vintage decorative Rolls Royce silvered bronze sculpture, The Spirit of Ecstasy, dating from the mid 20th century. The winged maiden was designed by Charles Robinson Sykes (1875-1950), and she stands on an attractive round black marble plinth base. In 1910 Rolls-Royce slowly became aware that some owners were affixing 'inappropriate' ornaments to their cars. Claude Johnson's brief to Sykes was to sculpt a mascot for Rolls Royce that embodied 'speed with silence, absence of vibration, the mysterious harnessing of great energy and a beautiful living organism of superb grace' to become the standard emblem of the Rolls-Royce brand and it was Sykes' daughter, Jo (born 1908) that believed it was on the road from London to Beaulieu that her father first became 'Very impressed with the smoothness and speed of the Rolls Royce car.... imagining that even so delicate a thing as a fairy could ride on the bonnet without losing her balance.' In early 1911 Sykes' presented his mascot, entitled "The Spirit of Speed", to Rolls-Royce. This figurine had her arms outstretched behind her and her gaze firmly fixed forward. She was soon retitled "The Spirit of Ecstasy" by Johnson and became the official symbol of Rolls-Royce automobiles on 6th February 1911. It is a striking piece thought to be a former Rolls Royce car showroom sculpture. Condition: In excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation of condition.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 70 x Width 31 x Depth 42

Dimensions in inches:

Height 2 foot, 4 inches x Width 1 foot x Depth 1 foot, 4 inches


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