For over 25 years, SR Artefacts has excelled at crafting exquisite silverware, with a focus on the gracious gifting of silver. Established in 1989 as a family enterprise, the firm’s commitment to quality and design has exceeded the highest of expectations — to become the first choice of collectors and connoisseurs of fine things.
From customised silverware to mementoes and memorabilia, SR Artefacts has offered up collectables that have successfully redefined the market standard for over two decades. Striving to constantly innovate and mesmerise, our designs encapsulate the best classic and modern elements, while being mindful of traditional values and sensitivities. Also home to leading brands like Episode and Castillo, we are currently a MSME company with five domestic outlets — including one store at the Mumbai International Airport.
With a rich heritage and unshakable foundation, today SR Artefacts is more than a place where your silver desires take shape — we are the definitive silverware destination for those who expect nothing less than the best.
Episode is widely heralded as the pioneer in artistic innovation in silverware in India, with unparalleled benchmarks of quality. The brand showcases an exclusive repertoire of over 10,000 designs in 92.5 per cent guaranteed silver and silver-plated products.
SR Artefacts is proud to partner with Amrapali in Mumbai – a brand that is known for its designer jewellery the world over. Amrapali is also available at Selfridges and Harrods in London, besides almost 30 other outlets across India and 10 outlets internationally.
We are a consortium Mumbai partner with Dolphin Mart Ltd. – a company that exclusively manufactures and markets limited edition pieces, hand-crafted in silver, which are made in Italy. The creations comprise figurines of Indian gods and goddesses that are often described as ‘masterpieces’ by the media and our clients.
SR Artefacts also exclusively imports custom-made silver and porcelain designer-ware from Mexico, created by world renowned sculptors Wolmar and Emilia Castillo. For years, the Castillo family has created objets d’art for heads of state, with their works being available only in handpicked high-end stores. The two acclaimed designers jointly created a collection for SR Artefacts, especially to meet the requirements of the premium Indian customer.
Casa Reale and Camilletti Argenterie both represent the Italian experience. The two companies, owned and managed by the same team, focus to offer something special to their customers. This is the reason why all products in catalogue are entirely made in Italy.
“The restless tides of the ocean, the surging and ebbing of emotions.”
If there is any precious commodity in the world that typifies mysticism and romance, it is silver. Cosmically related to the feminine energy of the Moon, this strong and luminous metal has attracted our fascination for many thousands of years. Ancient moon-worshipping civilisations treasured silver, crafting it into rings and other jewellery, besides ritual ornaments, cups, mirrors, bells and so on. Much like its ruling planet, silver is fluidic and impressionable to the human mind and will.
Throughout the ages, silver has taken on near-mystical qualities in marking important historical milestones, until it became a tradable commodity in as early as 700 BC and served as a medium of exchange. By the 18th century, the ‘moon metal’ had become — thanks to its key role in the United States monetary system — the currency of gentlemen.
Silver is also antiseptic by nature and is believed to be one of the purest metals known to mankind. In fact, it is for this reason that silver is also used to make the very first vessels for babies and the phrase ‘born with a silver spoon’ is derived from this practice; one that is common in circles of wealth.