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Mallett moves to magnificent new premises in Mayfair

LONDON.- On 23 February 2012 Mallett will leave its New Bond Street showroom to move to Ely House in Dover Street, in the heart of fashionable Mayfair. Ely House is the former London palace of the Bishop of Ely, built between 1772 and 1776 by the renowned architect Robert Taylor, and was described as ‘one of the best houses in London’ by Country Life in 2002. The magnificent interiors retain much of their original stucco work and will provide the ideal setting to showcase Mallett’s stock in a discreetly glamorous setting. Founded in 1865, Mallett is one of the oldest antique dealers in the United Kingdom and is unique for the eclectic range of stock it offers from exceptionally fine 18th century English furniture to leading contemporary designs as well as continental antique furniture and objets d’art. The move to Ely House will increase the showroom space thus