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Our Shop at Grays of Mayfair - Panormaic View
We are very proud to exhibit on the world-famous Grays, located in the heart of Mayfair close to Bond Street Tube Station.

Grays & the Mews is home to one of the world's largest and most diverse collections of fine antiques, jewellery, and vintage fashion.

The labyrinth corridors that cover two buildings on two levels are a hive of activity with over two hundred dealers selling everything from ancient artefacts from 40BC up to 20th century collectables


Directions from Tube Station


Directions from Bond Street Station

Our shop can be found on Davies Street in Grays Antiques, which is just a few seconds walk from Bond Street tube station.

Bond Street Station has several exits, one of which is directly on to Davies Street. If you exit via one of the other exists it is likely that you will be on Oxford Street, which Davies Street intersects.

The Grays building is on the corner of Davies Street and South Molton Lane. Due to the current Crossrail development some hoarding obstructs the view of the building, but the shop remains open.

For additional transport options, please consult the TFL Website.

Directions to Grays

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