United Kingdom

Ashmolean Museum Oxford- has very fine silverware collection.
Bowes Museum Barnard Castle, Co. Durham
British Museum London- is one of the best source to research the history of Art.
Grosvenor Museum Chester
National Museums of Scotland Edinburgh
Royal Collection London- has one of the finest silver collection.
Temple Newsam House Leeds
Victoria and Albert Museum London- exhibits the gold tea equipage by Francis Harrache (they spells Harache) and my most favourite place to enjoy the art in our day-to-day life.

United States

Metropolitan Museum of Art- is one of the best source to research the history of Art.
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum- has the table art collection like super naturalistic flatware in French Art Nouveau style, etc.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum- specialized in the art of Meiji priod - Satsuma ware, sword metal workers like Komai Otojiro, etc.
Tokyo National Museum
Kyoto National Museum


Bröhan-Museum- is one of the most prominent museums specialised in Art Nouveau, Art Déco and the Berlin Secession.

My Gallery

Rococo (1730s-70s)

Rococo Silversmiths

Rococo Revival (1820s-80s)

Japonisme (1860s-1910s)

Japonisme Metalworkers

Art Nouveau (1880s-1910s)