about us

Welcome to the website of James Baldwin Antiques! We are based in London, England, but our trade and private clientele are from all over the world. This website represents a proportion of our extensive stock, but if you fail to find what you are looking for then why not send us an email just in case we have it squirreled away somewhere!

While we deal across the board we have a few areas of speciality. We are one of the main dealers in Old Sheffield Plate and have an extensive inventory. We also specialise in Georg Jensen silver and other 20th century design including Post War British silver, and British Arts and Crafts.We also specialise in canteens of silver and plated cutlery.

Please enjoy browsing our website, and we hope to hear from you soon!

recent fairs

We regularly exhibit at local and national antiques fairs in the United Kingdom.

Most recently we exhibited at "Antiques for Everyone", in Birmingham at the National Exhibition Centre. The following photographs show our stand from the event, and some of our signature stock...

  • Georg Jensen: The name, the man.
    A brief account of both Georg Jensen silversmith, himself, and the Georg Jensen company. First we examine Georg Jensen's own personal history and development, and then we trace that of the company he so successfully established. From the original Georg Jensen Silversmithy- his workshop and retail premises to the later company both with and without his leadership and involvement, to the modern multinational brand. read more...

  • The Merits and De-merits of Replating Old Sheffield Plate
    Much has often been made of the subject of whether it is acceptable to re-plate a piece of Old Sheffield Plate. These objections range from an interest in the Old Sheffield Plate technique itself: "fused plate" to the destruction of antique patina and wear re-plating causes. Fused Plate is, of course, a fascinating process and of much interest to the student of Old Sheffield Plate. But is there only one reason to collect Old Sheffield Plate? In this article we consider the arguments both for and against re-plating Old Sheffield Plate, and come to a conclusion. read more...

  • Jensen's flatware patterns. An overview
    In this article we review the most important of the Georg Jensen Sterling silver flatware patterns. We review the Sterling silverware designed by Georg Jensen himself, and indeed silver flatware patterns by his other designers. Georg Jensen Silver flatware is, in fact, a perfect way to review the important developments of European art and design in the 20th century. If you ever wanted to know more about Georg Jensen sterling silver flatware patterns then this article is for you! read more...



A Set of 6 Pyramid Pattern Dessert Spoons

This set of Georg Jensen Silver Pyramid Pattern Dessert Spoons were made in Copenhagen in the second half of the 20th century. They are in excellent...... More Details