We have quickly established a reputation as world-class designers and makers of exquisite bespoke silverware including many of the world’s most recognisable elite sporting trophies. Each year our skilled master craftspeople also undertake countless high-profile repair and restoration projects.
From re-plating an antique cutlery set to a full restoration of a vintage chandelier or a prestigious sporting trophy, we recommend that damage to any exquisite piece is repaired by a skilled professional to ensure that it is uncompromised in its style and value. With over 100 years of experience at our London workshops, we can restore your silverware to its former glory.
From large-scale pieces to treasured heirlooms, we are world-renowned for our quality of craft across all types of goldsmithing and silversmithing. We can provide a new lease of life to your sporting trophies, awards, or silverware through the skilfully honed techniques such as repairing dents and scratches, engraving and engraving removal, polishing, re-plating, soldering, and welding. Whether pure gold, gold-plated, sterling silver, or silver-plated, our skilled team will assess and ensure that the authenticity, quality, and design of the piece is preserved.
As custom trophy makers and a company dedicated to handcrafted silverware and gold-, we are responsible for designing, making, repairing, and restoring some of the world’s most iconic trophies including the Emirates FA Cup, the Rugby World Cup, the ATP Finals Trophies, and golf’s Ryder Cup. We are proud of the relationships we have forged with some of the largest and most prestigious partners across professional sport. Explore our case studies, our gallery, and our partners and clients to find out more.
A distinct English luxury brand, we are the world-renowned designers, makers, and restorers of many of the world’s most prestigious silver and gold trophies, awards, and medals.
We at Thomas Lyte have earned a reputation as world-class silversmiths and goldsmiths. We achieve this by investing in our talented staff and our purpose-built silver workshops in London. With every project, we guarantee that you will receive a stunning masterpiece restored using the finest materials, by the world’s most talented team of craftsmen and -women. To achieve excellence is a company-wide commitment. Our hard-earned reputation depends on it. Meet the makers, and discover more about our company’s values and our handcrafting process that combines modern technology with centuries of traditional skills.
Inspired by our Royal Warrant and our Planet Mark commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2025, we actively pursue an ethical and sustainable approach that allows us to create unique handcrafted gold- and silverware as we also reduce our impact on the planet. We responsibly source raw materials and packaging. We choose sustainable shipping options. We use renewable energy resources in our workshops. We recycle by-products of the fabrication process. And we reduce our waste by reusing and recycling packaging materials. Read more about our sustainability journey.
Our dedicated team of account managers are delighted to be of assistance. Get in touch. Use our contact form or call us on +44 (0) 207 751 8844. We respond to enquiries quickly via your chosen contact method. We will ask you for photos of the damaged piece. We will also ask for your budget and what date you need the work to be completed. It’s okay to not have all the answers, but the more information you can give will help us to identify the scope of the project and quickly fit it into our workshop schedule.
We are specialists in bespoke elite sporting trophies, awards and medal programs. We undertake restoration work for our clients trophies all year round. Iconic elite sporting trophies are handled more frequently now than ever before, visiting schools and shopping centres, attending press conferences and matchdays. This amount of repair work can take a significant toll on the silverware, and can be costly. So, we often recommend making a replica of your trophy to protect the original from much of the potential damage.