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.

Investor takes a 20pc stake in Mallett

12 June 2002

VALUE investor Jack Petchey has taken just under a 20 per cent stake in Mayfair dealers Mallett. He acquired the 2.66m shares, representing a 19.28 per cent stake in the company, at a price of £2.10 a share, from Merrill Lynch, on May 30.

Mallet and Silver Fund open New York salerooms

21 March 2002

Mallet, one of London’s most famous and venerable antiques dealerships, are opening prestigious new permanent galleries on New York’s Upper East Side.

Mallett see fall in profits after 1998 boom

06 September 1999

UK: BOND Street dealers Mallett have revealed a year on year 18 per cent fall in pre-tax profits for the first six months of 1999 to £2.68m.