Manufacturer of Fine Miniature & Antique Reproduction Silverware in 1/12 Scale
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Manufacturing fine antique reproduction silverware, producing ornately decorated miniature silver collectables of historic value incorporating works of art in not only Regency style, but including some of the more unusual antiques found in the Edwardian and Victorian Era.
Highly skilled craftsmen have for many years now been striving to produce a range of silverware that can be considered an investment alongside the original pieces that they reproduce.
Each miniature antique is reproduced to the very finest detail, giving every piece manufactured a high level of authenticity, and given time, this collection can only become more desirable, which in turn will enhance it's value.
The Miniatures collection, being made entirely from solid, Hallmarked Sterling Silver is a suitable gift for a wedding anniversary, christening or birthday. In fact a valuable gift of this nature befits all occasions and provides a most unique chance to start collecting a truly remarkable investment into the world of miniature antique reproduction silverware in 1/12 scale.
Several years ago, as part of Royal Tunbridge Wells Miniatures Limited, we designed and produced a miniature Music Box in Sterling Silver. This was a venture to have an uncertain outcome simply because we had never produced such an expensive item for the miniatures market before. However, after exhibiting the music box in Washington, USA in 1999 to commemorate the Millennium we haven’t looked back. Reuge, the makers of the hand-made miniature musical movements have also found a surprising demand for this unique piece following a trade show in Switzerland. So, an uncertain start has now turned out to be the most successful work to date, with orders from all corners of the globe.
Stephen Randall, Craftsman and at the time Director of Royal Tunbridge Wells Miniatures. Then produced a second music box with the traditional music of ‘My Lady Greensleeves’. The box is not only made of solid Sterling Silver but has 18ct gold rose buds applied to each corner. The casing is carved and hand enamelled to bring out the colours of each flower. In addition, alongside the box is a miniature scroll with the wording to ‘My Lady Greensleeves’, reported to have originally been written by King Henry VIII.