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    Silver is our passion

    If you have an interest in silver, be it idle curiosity or a hunger for owning the best, we at Koopman Rare Art make it our business to provide you with that opportunity.  Certain names as in any field of art, spring to mind when you consider silver. Just as Rembrandt is to the Old Masters, great silversmiths such as Paul de Lamerie, Paul Storr, and Garrard were the innovators and master craftsmen in silver. Koopman Rare Art, hold the largest selection of works by these pre-eminent silversmiths, providing London with antique silver of the highest quality and design. 

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    We are situated at the entrance to the London Silver Vaults

    London's most prestigious dealer in antique silver, we are located on Chancery Lane, a stone's throw away from the historic Lincoln's Inn Fields. We deal in antique silver dating from as early as 1500 through to the modern day, objects of vertu and gold boxes. Whether European, American or Asian, it matters not; what does matter is quality and design.

    • Events

      TEFAF NEW YORK FALL

      Saturday, 28 October 2017 - Wednesday, 1 November 2017

      After a successful debut show in 2016 TEFAF returns to New York.  The provides a vital, transatlantic meeting ground for a global community of dealers, collectors, curators, interior designers and art-and-antique enthusiasts.

    • Publications

      Art in the Industry: The Silver of Paul Storr

      This is the first book to be devoted to Paul Storr since the appearance of N.M. Penzer’s classic work Paul Storr: the Last of the Goldsmiths, in 1954, it offers a reassessment of Storr’s life and work. “We can see the personality of Storr emerge from his business dealings, and from the silver he produced,” remarks Hartop, the author of eight books on antique silver. “Storr’s amazing achievement was the sheer scale of his activity, and the ingenious way he merged creative talent and cutting-edge technology. Koopman Rare Art sponsored this publication as part of their continued effort to support the heritage of antique silver and important London silversmiths such as Paul Storr.