• Altea gallery London
  • To many, maps may seem like a simple tool to enable you to navigate from point A to point B, but Altea Gallery proves that they are, in fact, a unique way of finding out more about history, society and art. Located in upmarket Mayfair, the store focuses on antique items in particular, with a wide selection of atlases, books, globes and – of course – maps of all shapes and sizes, from miniature charts to large scale plans. An expert in the field… More info
    35 Saint George St, London, W1S 2FN
  • Heywood hill London
  • Heywood Hill has been serving the great and the good of London with new, second-hand and antique books since 1936 from its home in Mayfair's Curzon Street. The store received the Royal Warrant for its services to the British Royal Family in 2011, so rest assured, you're in good company! Adding to the bookseller's charming, colorful history, Heywood Hill counts Nancy Mitford as a past staff member – the aristocratic novelist actually worked here… More info
    10 Curzon St, London, W1J 5HH
  • Postcard teas London
  • While founder Tim D’Offay proudly describes Postcard Teas as “London’s only purely loose leaf tea shop,” anyone expecting the traditional English tea rooms popular with tourists will be sorely disappointed – for here, tea is taken very seriously. Inspired by his travels as a global tea importer, D’Offay embarked on this new retail venture in 2005. Each tea caddy lining the walls has a postcard of a delicate illustration, many taken from the… More info
    9 Dering St, London, W1S 1AG
  • Dover street market London
  • Part department store, part art exhibition, Dover Street Market has transformed London's retail scene since it was opened by Comme des Garçons' designer and founder Rei Kawakubo in 2004. A veritable superbrand superstore, the Mayfair address offers six floors of apparel, accessories, books, jewelry and lifestyle products. Each brand or designer is invited to create their own space to showcase their collection, leading to a shopping experience… More info
    17-18 Dover St, London, W1S 4LT
  • Wolf & badger London
  • Brothers George and Henry Graham first opened Wolf & Badger in Notting Hill during February 2010. March 2012 saw the pair launch a second concept boutique in Mayfair on fashionable Dover Street. Stocking stylish apparel and accessories for men and women as well as a range of unique homewares and gifts, both stores champion emerging and innovative brands, with the Notting Hill branch (known as The Lab) acting as a test space for independent… More info
    32 Dover St , London, W1S 4NE
  • Maggs bros London
  • “You’re going to find it hard to summarize us,” chuckles Managing Director Ed Maggs of antiquarian booksellers Maggs Bros. Ltd. Indeed, it’s difficult to refer to Maggs as a store since it appears more like a historic library, situated in a grand and imposing town house with various rooms and staircases leading off to different departments. (“I still feel intimidated coming in here, and my name’s above the door!” notes Maggs). Since the 1850s… More info
    50 Berkeley Square, London, W1J 5BA
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