During the Second World War, Asprey made the decision to keep their workshops open at Nettleford House on Euston Road, this meant they kept their body of craftsmen who would have otherwise been sent off to war; it also allowed the Silversmiths to make parts for the Admiralty and other government departments.
Asprey continued to grow after the war, the workshops were moved to above the London store, as a result the bespoke business flourished. Asprey began to receive commissions from around the world, including a custom chess set for Ringo Starr and a picnic trailer which included a dining table for 16.
Our bespoke services continue today. Using traditional methods with modern designs, Asprey continues to craft one of a kind pieces for its discerning clientele. If you would like any further information about our client services, or would like to place an order or make a commission, please do not hesitate to contact us.