Meet our lovely warehouse assistant – Sharon Gamble. She reveals all about juggling motherhood with working life…
Our craftsmen and ladies work their magic everyday to produce stunning silverware. But we think it’s time you got to know our talented team starting off with Bill Perry.
Forget about baking soda, vinegar, boiling water and any home DIY remedies. Our very own silver polisher Lawrence reveals all on how to enhance the silver lining.
“Would you like a cup of tea?”– were the first words I heard when I stepped into Broadway Silver HQ – and it was from that moment that I knew I would fit right in.
It’s that time of the year again – the day where we honour mothers. So why not show your appreciation by sprinkling a little silver into their life?
Our workshop is now beginning to slowly wind down, as we look towards 2018. We will be officially closed after Friday 22nd December and we reopen on Wednesday 3rd January.
It’s only eight weeks until Christmas! Continue reading The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
The creativity and skill of the Silversmith has made Britain a world leader in modern silver. Broadway Silver was founded by William Benjamin Broadway, during the reign of Queen Victoria. William was a highly skilled die-sinker, someone who engraves dies used to stamp designs on coins or medals. Continue reading The Art & History of the Silversmith
Silversmiths cut pieces from sterling sheet metal. They use hammers to form the silver over anvils and stakes at room temperature. As the metal is hammered, bent, and worked, it ‘work-hardens’. If metal is work-hardened, and not annealed it will crack and weaken the work.
Continue reading The Tools and Techniques of the Silversmith