Mallory is a family run business established in Bath in 1898. The antique department sells nineteenth and twentieth century fine jewellery, from Georgian, early to late Victorian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and post war.
Quality and condition are paramount as well as wear-ability in modern day life. They also have a selection of nineteenth and early twentieth century silver.
The antique side of the business is run and managed by Nicholas Hall who has over twenty five years’ experience in the antique trade. Much of this knowledge has been passed on to him by his mentor Patrick Mallory, grandson of the founder who is now retired. Nicholas is also the assistant general manager for the whole shop, overseeing all other aspects of the business.
The business is situated on Bridge Street which leads to the famous Pulteney Bridge in the heart of the city of Bath, the premises have evolved from one small shop in the 1890s to occupying most of the street today.
Mallory is one of the oldest members of BADA, having joined in 1955.