April 19, 2017 12:00 am

In 1876 these vaults, then known as The Chancery Lane Safe Deposit, were used by wealthy residents of London as places to store their silver and also important documents. Over the years goldsmiths and silversmiths began to pay rent and use the vaults as a safe place to store their valuable stock. Bombed in World War II, the vaults were rebuilt by request of these craftsmen and were reopened in their present format in 1953. The vaults are now not only a place of safe storage but also a series of shops which sell both antique and modern silverware and other special trinkets. Gerda is the contact at info@test.local