Established in 1928, Pelham Galleries has long been one of London’s important sellers of antique furniture and works of art, specialising in high calibre pieces.
Although formerly based in premises in Mount Street, London, in 2004 Pelham opened a space in Paris at 42, rue de Varenne, in the same building as the long-established Galerie Etienne Lévy, with whom they have been successfully collaborating for many years.
Visitors to the elegant galleries of Pelham Paris can find regularly-changing displays of 18th- and 19th- century French, English and other European furniture, with an emphasis on pieces of rare design: clocks, chandeliers and rare objets d’art; European and Oriental lacquer furniture and screens; architectural decorations and tapestries; 18th-century harpsichords, organs, fortepianos and other rare musical instruments.
Pelham supply many of the world’s major museums and private collections. They are also able to advise on all aspects of collecting and interior design.
They continue to maintain a London office in Berkeley Square, Mayfair, where staff can provide information and discuss specific requirements or offer advice. They have also exhibited at leading international art and antiques fairs, including TEFAF Maastricht, the Paris Biennale, and the New York Armory Show.