We make the finest new silver flatware in the world – entirely by hand. Our English craftsmen hammer each piece into shape to produce stronger, heavier and more luxurious flatware services in a variety of different designs. This can be gold-plated if you prefer.
We can even create a special and unique pattern for your superyacht or megayacht. We also handmake scale models in sterling silver. Let us immortalise your yacht in silver — any size, any scale. Contact us now for full details.
Our unique collection of the finest antique silver is as diverse as it is attractive, and we are constantly sourcing new items for private collectors worldwide. Amongst our magnificent antique silver pieces are silver cutlery services, and English and Irish antique silverware in addition, we supply prestigious new hand-forged silver flatware which is made specially to order. We also have a selection of modern silver pieces. Our collection is showcased both in our London shop and here on the M P Levene website, where you are able to make a purchase enquiry quickly and easily at the click of a mouse. What you see is just a fraction of what is on our shelves, so if you cannot find a specific item, email us the details and we will start looking for you.
Once we have received your enquiry, we will call you back to discuss your purchase. In addition to a stunning collection of antique silver we also offer the highest quality new glassware hand-made by Tudor Crystal of Stourbridge, in the heart of England. Their factory has been producing glass since 1788, and their glasses, decanters and jugs are the perfect complement to our silverware.
M P Levene is a family business, founded in 1889, and now in our fourth generation. Our shop is situated opposite the Victoria and Albert Museum in the centre of London. We are members of the prestigious British Antique Dealers” Association and we only sell goods of the highest quality.
We have an impressive stock of antique silver flatware and offer a specialist service providing the finest new English hand-forged silver cutlery. Each piece is made by hand by our craftsmen in London from a silver ingot, using a technique that was common until the turn of the twentieth century. You can order any combination of eating and serving pieces in a variety of traditional English patterns that will be made using specialist lead dies, some of which are two hundred years old. For more information about this magnificent new hand-forged silver flatware, which comes in a wide choice of patterns, see our Special Hand-Forged Silver Flatware page.
We have a stunning selection of collectable English silverware both old and new. Pieces from the Georgian and Victorian eras can be found alongside English silver from the twentieth century. In addition to these pieces we offer new items such as silver cutlery services and silver cufflinks. We also take commissions for handmade scale silver models. M P Levene is renowned around the world for creating spectacular silver models in precise detail to any size. Past commissions have included scale English silver models of superyachts, buildings, boats, animals, tanks and aeroplanes. We have been sharing our passion for English silver with clients the world over for more than a hundred years, and we welcome you to join us and our many other satisfied customers – we hope you enjoy looking through our collection, and please get in touch for information about rare collectables and special commissions.
M P Levene
If you come into our shop, you”ll be sure of a warm welcome. Our Managing Director, Colin Levene, has been here since 1953 so he knows where everything is. Our Director, Martin Levene, joined the business in 1997 and is starting to find his way around. Whether you”re looking for a box of silver flatware, a pair of silver candlesticks, a silver tea and coffee set or just a pair of silver cufflinks, you”ll receive personal courteous service that you only find these days in a small, well-run family business. The same applies to email or telephone enquiries — we promise to take good care of you.
Colin Levene and Martin Levene