Grays is one of the world's largest and most diverse collections of fine antiques, jewellery, Asian art and vintage fashion. Covering two levels over two buildings, Grays and the Mews, Grays is home to more than 200 specialist dealers selling antiques ranging from ancient artefacts to 20th century pieces.
Don't miss the fish swimming in the River Tyburn in the basement.
Venue Details & Map
Grays Antique Market
1-7 Davies MewsMayfairLondonW1K 5AB
- +44 20 7629 7034
I was full off hope for Grays. I had chosen a small selection of my collection to be valued,as is was meant to be prestigious. The building itself is brill,beautiful and the antiques are beautiful,though pricey.
Though i will not visit Grays however,the entire thing was spolied by some of the arrogance and snobbery of some of the dealers. My stuff was sneered at,despire being solid silver and...more
Went along here on a quest to find vintage handbags and jewellery and was very pleasantly surprised to find an excellent range of items and at very competitive prices. Prices on similar fashion items were in fact cheaper than many equivalents at Alfie's.
The place is huge and there's something for everyone from antiquities to modernism.more
Being the kind of person, who, has on occasion, worn so much jewellery that I jingle as I walk, Grays Antiques Market is my idea of heaven. Sister market to Marylebone's Alfie's Antiques Market, Grays has some of the most beautiful antique jewellery I've ever seen and the selection - and price tags - are extraordinary.
As I'm averse to the institution of marriage I'm fairly certain I'm never...more
I could spend all day looking around Grays Antique Market. The indoor market is ideal for cold and rainy days. The two floors are filled with various stalls and exploring can keep you warm and dry for hours.
There are about 200 antique dealers inside the market, not all were open but the vast majority were doing business and happy to help you. Most of the stalls seemed to sell jewellery...more