Timeless treasures skillfully crafted 
from God’s precious gift of silver.

“Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” James 1:17

His Image

In all His infinite glory and wisdom, God took the dust of the earth and created mankind in the image and likeness of Himself. He has blessed us with God-like qualities that are meant to display His glorious luster. He skillfully crafted our bodies and minds to withstand the crucibles in life that He uses to purify and refine us.

In Genesis, the Bible tells how God created the Earth and all of its inhabitants. The creation story is the most magnificent and sacred of all time, describing how God used his supreme authority and wisdom to bring the world to life. But, amongst all his diverse and beloved creations, he only created one species in his likeness – us.

His Artistry

God took the dust of the Earth and formed human beings, much like the way silver artisans take raw silver ore and turn it into objects of beauty. And as silversmiths cherish their work, God cherishes mankind.

Silver has been favored for centuries by craftsmen for its lustrous white metallic sheen, resistance to oxidation & corrosion, and malleability. God designed us to shine with the lustre of his love, to resist the temptation of sin and to learn to live in the glory of His word.

Humans are God’s greatest master-work.

He blessed us with intelligence and consciousness so that we may reflect his Almighty nature. He skilfully crafted our bodies, minds and souls to withstand the challenges that he sets in our way to purify us and build our spiritual character.

His Crucible

To think of God as a silversmith and humankind as His silver is a way to comprehend the trials and tribulations we all face in life. Each and every one of us is placed in God’s crucible. We feel the heat of personal challenges, the burning temptation to engage in sinful behavior. The scorching fires of difficulty and suffering are God’s way of testing and refining our character, of helping us become more like Him in the process.

“He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver.”
Malachi 3:3

The Silversmith Collection celebrates God’s gift of silver.

Each heirloom quality, investment-grade statue is hand-crafted using old-world techniques as a timeless and beautiful reminder of His blessings to us, and a symbol of courage to live each day in a manner that brings glory to Him.

The Silversmith

On one particular afternoon, as the ladies of a bible study take turns reading aloud and discussing the meaning of the holy words, they came to Malachi Chapter 3, Verse 3. “He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver.”

They discuss what this scripture is telling them about God, but knowing nothing of silver refining, find it confusing. Then, one of the women offers an idea. She proposes to visit a silversmith, and find out more about the refining process. This will better help them understand the lesson of Malachi 3:3.

At the next meeting, the woman reports back. She visited the local silversmith and watched him at work. Without mentioning the verse that sparked the curious visit, the woman simply explained that she wants to know about the art of silver metalworking.

“Why do you hold the silver in the heart of the fire?” she enquired.

The silversmith replied that exposing the silver to the hottest part of the flame burns away impurities and refines the metal. He explained that he has to watch intently the whole time, for burning just a few moments longer than necessary could damage the precious silver. The woman paused in relating her tale to the group and smiled.

“Now I see the meaning of the verse. When we are feeling the stress of challenges in our lives, that is God working to refine us. Like the silversmith holding metal in the fire, God keeps the flame of hard times on us to cleanse away our impurities.”

The other women nodded and smiled, excited by their new insight about the Scripture. The group agreed that the verse was a beautiful reminder that difficult times are given to us by God as part of his plan.

“But here’s the best part. As the molten metal began to pool in the crucible, I asked the silversmith how he knows the refining is done. And I’ll never forget what he said. He gave me a big, toothy grin and says:

‘I know the silver is ready when I can see my image reflected in it.”

Each of us comes upon times in our life when we feel the heat of trials and tribulations. Understanding that hardships in life are part of God’s plan to cleanse us of impurities, we know that he is watching over us at every moment, bringing us strength in challenging times. Like the craftsman carefully refining silver, God holds us in the crucibles of life only until we are cleansed of sin and reflective of His image.

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“Put your hope in God, who richly provides us with everything for our enjoyment.” 
Timothy 6:17

Featured Treasure

Samson & the Lion

As Samson walked through vineyards on the way to Timnath, little did he know that what he was about to play the leading role a legendary scene, which would be remembered for centuries to come.

Suddenly, the roar of a lion shattered the air. The ferocious creature sprang out from the shadows, its fangs dripping and eyes gleaming as it lunged towards Samson. In that moment, an otherworldly power came him, the Holy Spirit imbuing Samson with a strength greater than any man on Earth.

With the force of the Divine running through him, Samson seized the bloodthirsty feline with his bare hands, tearing it to pieces. The battle between man and beast was won, though it was only through God’s will and power that Samson had the courage and strength to conquer his foe.

Samson & the Lion

Own this solid silver tribute to God’s almighty power today for only $699!


Inspired by the classical work of Italian sculptor Cristoforo Stati (1556 – 1619) and Christian imagery of antiquity, Samson and the Lion brings to life one of the most epic tales of the Bible. Dynamic in line with traditional, this collectible statue captures the very moment when heroic Samson grapples with the lion. The violent struggle is immortalised in solid silver, sculpted to be enjoyed from every angle with its sense of natural movement and action. Every little detail stands out, from the lions twisted mane and sharp claws, to the rustic texture of Samson’s robe and the expression on his face.

Crafted from more than 20 Troy ounces of solid 925 silver, this evocative heirloom-quality silver statue measures 8cm in height, making a majestic addition to your desk or display cabinet, and a bold reminder of God’s mighty power.


  • Contains 20+ Troy ounces of solid silver
  • Guaranteed minimum weight of 672 grams of .925 silver
  • Base width is 4″ (10 cm), height is 3.85″ (9.8 cm)
  • Limited production of only 1,000 casts
  • Base laser-etched with weight, purity & unique production number

Michelangelo’s Moses –
Old Testament Statue In Solid Silver

Michelangelo’s Moses is undoubtedly one of the greatest works of all time.

From the throbbing veins in his muscular arms, to the angry concern that furrows his brow – Michelangelo could not have captured the heated energy of Exodus 32-34 more perfectly. The work was commissioned in 1505 for the tomb of Pope Julius II, and is available now first the first time in solid silver.

  • Contains 20+ Troy Ounces of silver
  • Actual weight 672+ grams
  • 3.5" / 9.5cm height
  • Limited to 1000 casts
  • Laser-etched with exact weight, production number and purity
  • includes certificate of authenticity and box


Sculpted from Exodus 32:1 – 34:29

In 1505 Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo Buonarroti to create the tomb where he would finally be laid to rest in 1513. The most prominent feature of this tomb would be an angry, horned Moses.

Our story begins in Exodus 32:1. Having not seen Moses for some time, Aaron declares the Jews cast their gold into a fire to produce a Golden Calf of worship. Finally descending from Mt Sinai, Moses observes this pagan-like activity. And it is told in Exodus 32:19, that the enraged Prophet cast the tablets he was holding from his hands, smashing the 10 Commandments beneath the Mountain.

… Michelangelo captures perfectly the raw emotion of Moses. Eyes darkened and veins throbbing in his arm, left foot poised for action, he grips the tablets in his right hand, ready to shatter.


After the sin, Moses returns to the Lord and it is there we find the answers to the mysterious horns in Exodus 34:29. “He knew not that his face was horned from the conversation of the Lord." This has come to mean beams of light. Something that was also witnessed by the Jews when Moses returned from the Lord with a new, second set of commandments.


Bernini's David –
Old Testament Statue In Solid Silver

DAVID SLAYS GOLIATH As the Philistine Goliath moved closer to attack him, David ran quickly toward the battle line to meet him. Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell facedown on the ground. - 1 Samuel 17:48.

FROM MARBLE TO SILVER SNAPSHOT Bernini’s sculpture perfectly captures this historic moment in time without missing a single moment. The original life size sculpture was completed in a mere 7 months and is still seen today in the Galleria Borghese. Here we see David, seconds away from throwing his stone. This was a trailblazing sculpture, completely interacting with its environment. It introduced a new standard in capturing movement and emotional intensity – a true snapshot. And nothing has been lost in our translation from marble to silver.



  • Contains 8 oz of solid silver.
  • Measures 88 mm tall with a base diameter of 50mm
  • Each statue comes in protective case accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
  • Limited mintage of 1,000 pieces.
  • Features laser-engraved serial number along with the weight and purity.

The Passion


The 1st statue in The Passion Collection, The Cross He Bears commemorates in solid silver the Son’s ordeal on the way to Golgotha. Sculpted in heart-wrenching detail, the folds and drapes of his robes flow with a sense of movement, while the expression of tension in his face captures our Lord’s determination to fulfil his role as our Saviour and the redeemer of our sins. This heirloom quality collectible reflects the faith that Jesus had in God’s plan, and reminds us that in order to follow his word, sometimes we must also be willing to give up comfort and bear painful burdens.

This hand-finished silver statue stands at 3 inches tall and contains more than 5 Troy ounces of 925 silver, making a wonderful addition to your collection or gift for your cherished ones.

The Cross He Bears

The Price He Paid

The Fallen Angels



  • Height: 5.5" / 15cm
  • Weight: 15+ Troy ounces / 505+ grams
  • Metal: .925+ Silver
  • Mintage: Limited to 1000 casts
  • Features: Laser-etched with serial number, weight & purity, box & certificate of authenticity

Artifice – Fallen Angel Statue In Solid Silver

Betrayed by Lucifer, and cast from heaven by God, the Fallen Angels crawl the earth in search of solace. And now Artifice, captivating as a solid silver figurine, is yours to take under your wing.

Introducing The Fallen Angels, From The Silversmith Collection

… And the great dragon was cast out… he was cast out into the earth and his angels were cast out with him. - Revelations 12:7-9

There was once a time, Lucifer was good, with followers who enjoyed peace in Heaven under God. But his deception to God dragged his followers down a path they never expected. Cast asunder with the Devil, they fell to earth - forever known as The Fallen Angels, and now, commemorated in solid silver in the Silversmith Collection.

Fallen Angel Statue In Solid Silver Designed from a live model, Artifice is seen with her despairing head buried deep within her arms. But if you look even closer, you will see something rarely heard of in silver sculpture – her head and face are intricately sculpted to sit through her arms, onto her knees. Her name means ‘deception’, but it is she who has been deceived by Satan - broken and disillusioned.


Volnus –
Fallen Angel Statue In Solid Silver


  • Height: 5.5" / 15cm
  • Weight: 15+ Troy ounces / 505+ grams
  • Metal: .925+ Silver
  • Mintage: Limited to 1000 casts
  • Features: Laser-etched with serial number, weight & purity, box & certificate of authenticity


15oz Specifications

Height: 10cm
Weight: 15+ Troy ounces / 505+ grams
Metal: .925+ Silver
Mintage: Limited to 1000 casts
Features: Laser-etched with serial number, weight & purity, box & certificate of authenticity
Artist: Cosmin Morar

St George & the Dragon –
The epic legend comes to life!

Once upon a time there was a poison-spreading Dragon, who lived in Silene’s town lake. Each day, two sheep were fed to the Dragon to subdue its rage. But when they ran out of livestock, it was fed children instead!

One day, the King’s daughter was chosen by chance. Dressed as a bride she was sent out to the middle of the lake, but a Crusader Knight, by the name of St George, rode past and saw the young lady’s plight. St George coaxed the Dragon from the lake back to the town of Silene, and there, he slayed him with the Ascalon Sword. Upon defeating the monstrous beast, St George requested that the entire town of 17,000 inhabitants convert to Christianity. The King built a church on that very site. It is rumored that the spring flowing from it’s alter, contained water that could cure all disease.

A ROYAL DESIGN The original statue was designed by a 19th century artist to the Royals. Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm was a medalist and sculptor. He was most famously known for the Duke of Wellington sculpture on Hyde Park Corner and the Jubilee head of Queen Victoria on coinage. You’ll find this important work of St George gracing the lawns at the State Library in Victoria, Australia.

30oz Specifications

Height: 13cm
Weight: 30+ Troy ounces / 1008+ grams
Metal: .925+ Silver
Mintage: Limited to 1000 casts
Features: Laser-etched with serial number, weight & purity, box & certificate of authenticity
Artist: Cosmin Morar

The Crucibles of Life

cru·ci·ble [kro͞osəb(ə)l]

          1. a vessel used for melting a substance that requires a high degree of heat.

          2. a test, place or situation in which concentrated forces interact to cause or influence change or development.

The sinful nature inherent to all mankind inevitability places each of us in the crucible many times throughout our lives. These definitions give us valuable insight into the tremendous change taking place in our spiritual lives when we find ourselves under the intense pressures of the world and overwhelmed with temptation. It is during these challenging times that the Holy Spirit develops our character and grants us the wisdom of comprehension.