Saturday, 29 September 2018

Antiques Trade Gazette

The Antiques Trade gazette run a story announcing the imminent arrival of fine silver and jewellery dealer J Baptista at Grays Antiques

Online : Because Magazine

Fashion Designer Sophie Hulme names Grays as one of her favourite 'London Loacal' in Because Magazine

The article features a gorgeous illustration of Grays by Illustrator Amanda Eliasson :

Thursday, 31 May 2018

FT: How to Spend it

Accessories designer Sophie Hulme, talks to the Financial Times "How to Spend it" about her personal taste, and mentions Grays as her favourite spot to buy antique jewellery.

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

ATG Supplement: London Summer Capital of Art

Summer 2018

An advert is included in the ATG's London Summer Capital of Art, along with sister centre Alfies Antiques, plus Grays is is included in the Guide to London Markets feature.

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Antiques Trade Gazette

ALFayez, a major reconstruction within Alfies, will open on the 1st of June. ALFayez will be the largest permanent selling collection of Middle Eastern art, antiques and design.

A full page advert is included in this issue of the ATG.

Thursday, 22 March 2018


Spring 2018

In this issue of SPHERE, a Stuart Devlin Box offered by Horton London is featured, plus a Grays advert is included. View it online here.

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Frankfurter Allgemeine

June Victor and Gillian Horsup Vintage Jewellery were interviewed for an article in the German newspaper supplement Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazine, called ‘Everything is Vintage’ The fashion of the sixties leaves its mark in London to this day, by Jennifer Wiebking.

Top left, top right and bottom right all Vintage Modes

This extract from the article has been translated: 

In the Sixties, June Victor was a London secretary, earning seven pounds a week “Young people like me were better off than the generations before us. There was the saying ‘You never had it so good’.” 
June Victor heard often that others had never had it so good before. It was an ‘in-between’ period: the immediate post-war years were over, the economic crisis of the Seventies was not yet an issue. Young people like June Victor not only had a little more money than before, they also enjoyed other freedoms in other areas of their lives. This not only meant that they no longer had to go shopping with their mothers in the department store. 
With mass production of stockings, all at once there was also the possibility to wear mini dresses summer and winter "Suddenly you could buy stockings just like that." says June Victor. “The first ones I had would slip down immediately!” says her business partner Gillian Horsup, who now runs the business Vintage Modes with June Victor in the antique centre Grays Antiques.
At the beginning of the Sixties, June Victor was in San Francisco and noticed a new trend around, which was soon to conquer Europe “The hippies had long hair and woven pigtails”...

Friday, 9 February 2018

Culture Trip

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Mayfair Times

February 2018

A Grays listing is included in this issue of the Mayfair Times, featuring a beautiful compact from Serhat Ahmet.