Many of the fascinating items from the Archive are on display at New Court, where they make a decorative and informative statement,
The most impressive of the permanent exhibitions is the New Court Vitrine, an installation some 10 metres long by 2½ metres high. This echoes the display cabinets of the great Rothschild houses, such as the one in the rue Berryer.
The New Court vitrine contains over 40 niches, in which are displayed many intriguing items, including statuettes, jewellery, snuff boxes, tin trunks, Rothschild awards, medals and decorations, coins, silver and gold bullion, antique cameras, a Lalique plaque, an early silver menorah, other silverware and memorabilia from New Court including a silver teapot, menu cards, and a an original 1930s ‘St Swithin’s Lane’ street sign. Located in a prominent position in the middle of the building, the vitrine provides a unique and inspirational backdrop for the conduct of business.
Please note that the New Court Vitrine is not publicly accessible.