Italian Urbino maiolica 'istoriatio' dish
antique chinese bronze
antique chinese imperial porcelain
Japanese Kakiemon jar


Anthony Gray has specialized in antique ceramics for over 45 years and he has devoted most of his time to Oriental ceramics.

In recent years he taken a great interest in European pottery, which now forms a large part of their stock.

Louise Guest was previously running the antiquarian book department of a major London auction house.

She has had an interest in Oriental art and Chinese porcelain for over twenty years.

Guest & Gray

Together, as Guest & Gray they have been trading in Oriental porcelain and other early ceramics for many years.

In the course of which they have acquired hundreds of long-standing customers. These include many serious collectors and museums both here in Europe, the United States as well as the rest of the world.


Their emphasis has been on Oriental porcelain and European pottery. Oriental porcelain because of its superb designs and quality, and European pottery for its warmth, charm and often excellent decoration.

In all good ceramics there is a symbiosis of form, colour and decoration, and that is what Guest and Gray have always looked for.

Guest & Gray are also happy to recommend books from their extensive library of works on early ceramics.

For further information visit the company website


Guest and Gray
Pre-1800 Oriental and European ceramics and works of art and reference books
Lower Ground Floor
58 Davies Street
Opening hours
Open Monday-Friday 10-6
+44 (0)20-7499 1445
Carl Anthony Gray
Louise Guest