Safe Deposit Boxes

Since 2015 we have been East Anglia’s only private safe deposit box facility. Thanks to our well established security and long running history of handling high value items, we have been able to offer this service at a time when major high street banks close all of their storage services. Intended initially for the storage of jewellery, we now have five sizes of box available giving a solution to almost all requirements. The safe deposit box units are housed within our vault which was built in the 1980s and has since had significant security upgrades. Our premises are surrounded by occupied residential properties, covered by 24 hour CCTV and is only 0.1 miles from Norwich’s Bethal Street police station.

Dimensions & Prices

H x W x DSmallMediumDocumentLargeExtra Large
Size - mm60 x 115 x 430115 x 115 x 43060 x 245 x 430115 x 245 x 430230 x 245 x 430
Size - Inch2.5 x 4.5 x 174.5 x 45 x 172.5 x 9.5 x 174.5 x 9.5 x 179 x 9.5 x 17
180 Days - 6 Months£125.00£240.00£250.00£300.00£600.00
90 Days - 3 Months£90.00£170.00£180.00£215.00£425.00
30 Days - 1 Month£30.00£50.00£55.00£90.00£150.00

Key deposit: Every box requires a key deposit of £150. This is totally refundable at the end of the term.


Our insurance offer allows cover of up to £500,000 per box. This cover allows for 20 days a year ‘out of box’ insurance meaning you are covered for those special occasions where you wish to make use of your precious valuables. The first £10,000 of insurance is included with all annual box agreements.


Taking a safe deposit box with us is simple. You must be 18 years or older and you will need to bring with you a current passport or photographic drivers licence and a recent utilities bill in your name and showing your current address. Security is of the upmost importance, as you can understand, so please allow at least 20 minutes when registering with us so we can take full details and records of your identity. Your personal information is for our use only and will not be passed on or sold to any third parties.

You can store practically anything you like in your safe deposit box so long as it is legal under current British law. Items such as illegal substances, fire arms, indecent or illegal images and data or any proceeds of crime are all strictly forbidden.

Good question. There are many safe deposit box centres popping up around major cities in the UK for various reasons. These are generally brand new companies offering the service. We are different however in the sense that we are a long established family jewellers. We have been entrusted with our customers valuables for over 100 years.

You can access your safe deposit box any time during opening hours by making an appointment. You must bring along your photographic ID which you used during registration as proof of identity and more importantly your individual client key. There are strictly no clients allowed in our strong room where the safe deposit boxes are housed therefore you must surrender your key to us allowing us to access your box and remove it from its housing. All inner boxes are locked by a padlock which we can provide free of charge or you may wish to bring your own.

Once you are finished with your box you must lock it securely and allow us to lock it into the housing unit within our strong room and return your client key.

We are lucky enough to be situated very close to a multi storey car park. St Giles Street multi storey has over 300 spaces and is approximately a 30 seconds walk from our premises. There is also parking along the majority of St Giles Street with parking meters located at various points. The closest of which is hidden behind the Waffle House in the alley leading to Fishers Lane.

You are the only person who can access your safe deposit box unless you name a ‘Other Named Access’. This is the term given to somebody who you agree may access your safety deposit box in your absence. They are bound by the same strict identification processes that you are and must be present at the time of registration or accompany you to an appointment to complete this aspect of the registration process.

You are issued with a client key at the time that you take out a rental agreement with us. There is only one copy of this key therefore if you lose it we are required to employ the services of a locksmith to break into the housing unit which holds your box. This results in the forefeit of your £150 key deposit for a replacement lock. If you cannot gain access to the inner lock which secures the opening of the box itself then, and we are required to cut the lock, there is a £10 charge to do so.

Absolutely! Taking out a short term, single access 30 day safety deposit box is a great idea if you are going on holiday.