Art Deco Diamond Brooch
Arsitid Maillol Bronze circa 1930
David Horton

About

Horton London

Horton London have been established for 40 years and sell fine jewellery and British and International art from the nineteenth to the twentieth century.

Their stock includes paintings and sculpture by well known artists and pieces of academic interest.

The often eclectic selection of works of art appeals to a wide variety of clients including collectors, dealers and interior designers.

Museum clients include Tate Britain and the Victoria & Albert Museum.

History

The business is run by David Horton who opened his first shop in Surrey in 1978.

A move to Kent in the mid 1980's was followed by opening in Richmond, Surrey, just off The Green, where the business remained for 25 years, selling predominantly jewellery.

During this period Horton also had premises in Moorgate in the City of London and Piccadilly Arcade.

David Horton

David is a Fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and also holds its Diamond Diploma.

Horton London has been a member of LAPADA for 20 years and recently opened in Grays Antiques Centre in Mayfair after the leases expired on their premises.

This is an ideal location to meet customers old and new along with participating in the LAPADA fair in Berkeley Square, The Art and Antiques Fair, Olympia and the BADA Fair.

Location

Horton London
Antique to 20th-century jewellery, British and European art
Address
Stand 126 Grays Antique Centre
58 Davies Street
London
W1K 5LP
Opening hours
Monday-Saturday 11-4; other times by appointment