One of the most appreciated precious metals along with gold and platinum

The use of silver on the table became more present when the Art of the table proliferated at the end of the 17th century and in the 18th century by the French elite and spread to the rest of the European countries.
Silver cutlery, coffee and tea sets, and table accessories were very common until the appearance and standardization of stainless steel in the 20th century.

Silver is one of the most appreciated precious metals along with gold and platinum. It is the most malleable and ductile metal after gold and the best conductor of electricity and heat.

At Villa Las Perelli, we are committed to recovering silver pieces to give them a new life and a new use on current tables, providing that sophisticated and elegant touch that is reminiscent of the past.

The silver products that you will find among the antiques in our store are imperfect and therefore special. Although they are sometimes similar, each piece is unique and it is its details and its patina that have led us to include them in our selection.


All silver pieces naturally develop a darker patina over time due to oxidation. To slow down the process, it is advisable to avoid humidity as this accelerates the oxidation process.

We recommend cleaning the rust with a soft cotton cloth and a specific product that is not aggressive, such as "Aladin".

After the cleaning process, store them in a dry place. Try to keep the pieces separate, we recommend storing them in their boxes or wrapping them in cloth to protect them from scratches and impact damage.

Not Dishwasher Safe

Not Microwave Safe

Not Oven Safe