Antique furniture dealer Mallett was founded in 1865 by Francis Mallett in Bath, and later moved to London's Bond Street in the 20th century. It has changed ownership a number of times and is now part of The Fine Art Auction Group, which is itself owned by collectables specialist Stanley Gibbons.

It moved from Bond Street to Mayfair's Dover Street in 2012 and again to Pall Mall in 2016.


Haughtons prepare to welcome Mallett to New York fair

13 October 2014

Mallett’s first major outing following the announcement of the Stanley Gibbons deal will be at Brian and Anna Haughton’s 26th International Fine Art & Antiques Show in New York from October 17-23.


Stanley Gibbons to acquire Mallett

29 September 2014

Stanley Gibbons are to acquire Mayfair dealers Mallett in a deal said to be worth £8.6m. The deal, just announced, caps almost a year of the stamp and coin specialists spreading their influence through the wider art and antiques world following their acquisition of Noble Investments last November.

Mallett set out 21st century vision as profits reappear

14 April 2014

London art and antiques dealership Mallett have announced an improved performance for the year ending December 31, 2013.

New York boost for Mallett

29 August 2013

Improved trading in the USA made art and antiques retailers Mallett more profitable in the first half of 2013, despite a slight fall in overall turnover compared to the same period last year.


Cigar cutter at Mallett could be a perfect Christmas snip

30 November 2012

Mallett are about to celebrate their first Christmas in their lavish new home, Ely House in Dover Street, Mayfair, where they moved earlier this year when the rents and rates of nearby Bond Street became too much.

Mallett’s move shows a profit

02 April 2012

WITH their move to new premises, Mallett have announced a profit for the first time in four years.

Mallett move to Dover St

27 February 2012

MALLETT have quit their New Bond Street showroom for Ely House in Dover Street, in the heart of Mayfair.

Mallett to quit Bond Street, but stay in Mayfair

04 July 2011

MALLETT have assigned the lease on their Bond Street rooms to fashion house Fendi and have confirmed that they are negotiating new premises in Mayfair.

Mallett reduce losses in 2010

04 April 2011

TOP-END furniture dealers Mallett made a £1.3m loss last year, a 30 per cent improvement on 2009.

Mallett to remain on Bond Street

24 August 2009

Mallett have put on hold plans to leave Bond Street. In the wake of a massive rent rise last year, the London dealers announced their intended departure from the luxury goods thoroughfare, but they have been unable to pass on the lease of the building.

Mallett focus on cost control as chief executive departs

06 February 2009

BOND Street dealership Mallett have replaced chief executive Lanto Synge in the wake of the company’s weakening performance and rising costs.

Mallett to quit Bond Street over rent hike

13 January 2009

Top London antique furniture and works of art dealers Mallett are to leave their landmark Bond Street shop and find new premises in the Mayfair area. One of the few antiques and art dealers quoted on the London Stock Exchange, Mallett told shareholders the proposed move was a result of a massive rent hike and the changing character of the street.

Sotheby’s to sell Mallett’s Bourdon House stock

18 December 2006

Sotheby’s are to sell the stock of Bourdon House, the historic Georgian townhouse in Mayfair recently sold by London dealers Mallett.

Mallett to expand further in New York

23 August 2005

MALLETT, one of Bond Street’s most famous names, are to expand their New York branch, with work hopefully starting in November.

Mallett’s win £80,000 court case over stolen bookcase

24 May 2005

London antique dealers Mallett’s of New Bond Street have been awarded €111,533 (£80,000) by the Irish High Court after suing an Irish dealer over a stolen bureau bookcase.

Malletts sue Dublin dealer over stolen bureau

12 May 2005

LONDON antique dealers Malletts are waiting to hear whether a Dublin dealer will have to pay them more than £100,000 in compensation over a stolen 18th century bureau bookcase.

Mallett’s make their mark

30 May 2003

WHILE in New York for the International Fine Art Fair, I dropped into Mallett’s new shop at 929 Madison Avenue. It could not have a better location and it is glamorous enough to have already made its mark in this select corner of Manhattan.

Good results help Mallett resist property speculator’s attentions

24 February 2003

Mallett revealed a 47.6 per cent rise in turnover and a 20 per cent rise in pre-tax profits in 2002, described by chairman George Magan as “one of the most challenging years” in the history of the London dealership.

CINOA’s new president sets out his aims for better trade relations

17 July 2002

The UK trade have their man at the helm of CINOA, the international federation of antique dealers associations, for the first time in 13 years. Henry Neville, chairman of Mallett, was elected president at the annual general assembly in Dublin at the end of June.

Mallett reject takeover bid by property speculator

01 July 2002

LONDON dealers Mallett are reported to have rejected a takeover bid by property speculator Jack Petchey, who recently bought a 19.28 per cent stake in the company at 210p per share.