Beverly Bremer Silver Shop has been an Atlanta, Georgia-based business for over 40 years. The shop now boasts an international clientele but is still operated out of the same store on Peachtree Road. We are a Buckhead landmark! Couples, wives, husbands, mothers and daughters alike frequent our shop looking for that perfect gift, pattern, or personal treat in sterling silver.
A maverick in the secondhand fine silver business, Beverly Bremer began in 1975 with nothing more than her own two sets of sterling and a need for cash to support her three children. She opened her own booth in the Lindbergh Flea Market where she traded and bought more sterling, naming her stand the “Collector's Corner”. In the early days, customers’ pattern information was kept on 3x5 index cards. When the price of silver soared later that decade, her Corner did as well—and the rest is history.
Today, Beverly’s daughter Mimi and her loyal staff continue the tradition of outstanding customer service, bringing over 150 years combined experience in estate and new sterling silver flatware and hollowware. We pride ourselves on being “the place to find the hard-to-find” in sterling silver.
Our entire fine sterling silver inventory hails directly from manufacturers, other dealers, and individuals, and each piece is hand-inspected before it is entered into our extensive inventory.
In recent years, many department stores chose to discontinue selling sterling. We bought up much of that inventory so that we could continue to offer an even more extensive collection of patterns. We are one of the premier retailers in the country for fine sterling, and thanks to the Internet our clientele is worldwide.
If you ever receive a piece of sterling from us that is less than extraordinary, we guarantee a full refund or replacement.
The service at Beverly Bremer Silver Shop shines as brightly as the silver! Our tried and true sales staff has a combined 150 years served here in our nook on Peachtree Road. Each day we stand ready to answer your phone calls or greet you on your visit with insight into the traditions of silver, history of patterns and makers, or specific details of your desired piece.
Beverly Bremer Silver Shop is the premier source for fine sterling because of our collection of fine estate and new flatware, hollowware and gifts, and ALSO because we have a staff that is friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and professional. We love it when our customers stop by or call us. Even if you are across the country, never hesitate to call us if you have a question or need advice or assistance. We have a brain trust of information on all things sterling. We think our personalized service makes all the difference!
Mimi Bremer Woodruff is a native Atlantan and a graduate of The Westminster Schools. After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in French from Vanderbilt University, she became a Wattles Fellow at Lloyd’s of London. Mimi studied 19th and 20th century decorative arts at Sotheby’s in London before returning to Atlanta in 1986 to join her mother Beverly in running her eponymous family business, Beverly Bremer Silver Shop. She now heads the business, which is still run out of the flagship store on Peachtree Road.
When Mimi is not in the shop you will find her gardening, entertaining at home, hiking in the North Carolina mountains or spending time with her family.
Mimi’s silver pattern is English King by Tiffany & Co. She also collects antique sterling barware and baby cups and has new and estate serving pieces in a wide variety of patterns.
Mimi’s dream piece is a storied sterling silver three-handled presentation cup made by the Gorham Manufacturing Company, circa 1900. It features acanthus leaves, grapevines, blossoms, shells and fruiting, after the Rococo Revival style. The cup is engraved "Presented to CHAS. H. STODDART by his friends of the advertising fraternity upon his twenty-fifth anniversary as an active member. September twenty-seventh Nineteen hundred”.
Trenton has worked at Beverly Bremer Silver Shop since 1988. He combines a passion for fine silver with a commitment to exemplary customer service. He began his retail career with Tiffany & Co. in Atlanta. At Tiffany’s he furthered his interest in silver and was fortunate to visit the (now closed) Tiffany factory in Newark, N.J. A native Atlantan, Trenton earned his Bachelor of Arts in history from Duke University. He continues to develop his knowledge of silver by visiting decorative art collections in the cities he visits. When not in the shop, Trenton has been a member of the Atlanta Opera Chorus for over twenty years and sings in his church choir.
Trenton’s silver patterns are Hampton by Tiffany & Co. and Strasbourg by The Gorham Manufacturing Co.
Trenton’s dream piece of silver is the Liberty & Co. sterling centerpiece bowl from Birmingham, England, circa 1900, designed by Oliver Baker, in the arts and crafts tradition. This piece is set with 27 semi-precious stones. Not only is this piece exquisite and unusual, Trenton appreciates the history on Oliver Baker (1856-1939): Baker was an English painter, designer and silversmith, and the son of the artist Samuel Henry Baker. He studied at the Birmingham School of Art and exhibited frequently at The Royal Academy in 1884. He was elected a member of The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.
Sara grew up in Cape Girardeau, Missouri and moved to Atlanta in 1988 after graduating from Southern Methodist University, where she studied Advertising and French. Beverly Bremer had just expanded the store and needed additional staff. After several months of interviews and calls, Beverly went out on a limb and hired the “Missoura” girl who knew nothing about sterling silver except for her parents’ pattern, Chantilly by The Gorham Manufacturing Company. In the fall of 1989, Sara began her life in silver as a member of the Beverly Bremer Silver Shop sales staff. She met her husband while working at the shop when he came in to purchase sterling goblets for his parents that Christmas! Sara left Beverly Bremer Inc. in 1994 to start her family and returned in 2003 to continue her sterling career. Though still much a part of the sales staff, Sara is also the buyer of estate goods and oversees the email communication with our customers.
Sara’s silver pattern is Federal Cotillion by Frank W. Smith Silver Co. Inc.
Sara loves coin silver because of the stories these older pieces tell. Her dream piece is an American coin silver three-piece tea service, maker's mark of William Gale and John Stickler, New York, circa 1819. She is especially enamored with the set’s engraving, which indicates that the service was descended in the same family circa 1819, 1853, and 1904.
Catharine is a native Atlantan. Prior to her long and successful career at Beverly Bremer Silver Shop, she was a personal shopper for Lord & Taylor. Catharine loves fashion, entertaining and gardening. She is the mother of three grown sons and a grandmother to six beautiful grandchildren. She has worked at Beverly Bremer Silver Shop for 17 years and has a great love of beautiful things.
Catharine’s silver pattern is Chantilly by The Gorham Manufacturing Company and she has also inherited her grandmother’s Old Newbury by Towle Silversmiths.
Her dream piece of silver would be a sterling epergne for the center of her dining table.
Khaki has enjoyed a long career in the tabletop industry. She graduated from the University of Florida, with a degree in marketing and went on to be a buyer at Macy’s in Atlanta. She then became a sales representative for The Gorham Manufacturing Company, for 15 years. During that time, Beverly Bremer Silver Shop was her biggest account and she enjoyed working with Beverly on a one-to-one basis. After leaving Gorham, Khaki joined Beverly’s staff. Khaki loves to entertain, using all her multiple sets of china, crystal and silver. Her current passion is collecting Irish sterling silver. Khaki and her husband Ray love to travel and often the destination is Manhattan, to visit their daughter and son-in-law.
Khaki’s primary silver pattern is Chantilly, but she loves to collect unique and beautiful serving pieces in multiple patterns.
Khaki’s dream piece of silver would be the historic artic-motif Gorham ice bowl & tongs, circa 1870, which was related to the 1867 purchase of Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million.
Kelly has been in sales since graduating from The University of Georgia in 1992. She moved to Atlanta from Birmingham to marry her husband, Timothy, and they have a daughter, Reeves. She has been a sales associate with Beverly Bremer Silver Shop since 2012 and has since added the role of house photographer. Kelly loves nothing more than setting a beautiful table with her silver and constantly being on the hunt for unique pieces.
Her two silver patterns are Audubon by Tiffany & Company and Buttercup by The Gorham Manufacturing Company.
Kelly’s dream piece of silver would be the sterling repoussé-chased wedding basket by A.G. Schultz, circa 1900.
Charity has worked with us for over 18 years. After moving to Atlanta from the Chicago area in 1999, Charity started her career in the shop’s shipping department. Today, she is manager of the Beverly Bremer Silver Shop’s back office, where her responsibilities include oversight of shipping and receiving, all vendor communication, and the ordering of new goods.
In her spare time, she enjoys being with her husband and her four-year old son, Cameron. They love to travel, often going to the beach in Florida to visit Cameron’s grandmother “YaYa”.
The family silver pattern is Old Maryland Engraved by S. Kirk & Son. and her son has his own pattern, King Richard by Towle Silversmiths.
Charity’s dream (and goal!) is to complete both sets of silver.
“One thing is certain – the shop’s founder is like her own best merchandise: unique and malleable, an enduring symbol of both a forebear’s gift and a future bequest, its value and beauty only increasing with time.”
Krista Reese, Georgia Trend Magazine, interview with Beverly Bremer
"A keeper of memories long after its owner has passed, silver is one of the last affordable precious metals currently valued at about 1/50th the price of gold by mass."
-Donna Brousseau, Flavors Magazine, review of Beverly Bremer Silver Shop
“I have had excellent rapport with Beverly Bremer Silver Shop over the years, and have
always found outstanding service, courteous sales persons, and quality merchandise. Thank you for maintaining the "forebear's gift and future bequest.”
Our shop is a haven with a lively and noted Peachtree Road address. Everyone knows the shop with the window of silver and every Atlanta bride knows where she must register! Floor to ceiling the hunter green walls are packed with frames, tea sets, bowls, bon-bons, baby gifts, and trays, each with a story. The timeless elegance and old world sophistication sterling silver brings to the table and the home is evident in our store—we hope you will come by and see!
If an in-store visit isn’t permissible, we hope our new website helps “bring the store to you”! We have designed it to be as user-friendly as possible. However, if you need help, please feel free to call us.
In the Atlanta Area: (404) 261-4009
Outside the Atlanta Area: (800) 270-4009
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, Monday - Saturday