A Dark Blue Mackinnon company square Logo. Large central M and a double lined square border.
The Knowsley Hall Giltwood Armchairs
The Boynton Hall Table. A Highly Important Late 18th Century Chippendale Period Adam Neo-Classical Mahogany Side Table.
Charlie Mackinnon


Mackinnon Fine Furniture

Mackinnon Fine Furniture has quickly become one of the leading antique dealers in London.

Steered by Director Charlie Mackinnon, the gallery is bringing 18th century antique furniture back into the forefront of contemporary taste with an eye for quality, style, and design.

The gallery features one of the finest stocks of English 18th century furniture currently available in the world, with pieces of notable provenance and exceptional quality.


Situated at 5 Ryder Street in the heart of St. James’s, with two floors of showrooms, Mackinnon Fine Furniture displays its continually changing collection of fine English antique furniture, paintings, and works of art.  

Each piece has been selected for its interesting attributes: quality, provenance and decorative appeal all play an important role.

Charlie Mackinnon

Charlie Mackinnon has over 25 years of experience dealing in English antiques and decorative arts.

After completing his degree at the University of Edinburgh, Charlie joined Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd. working at both the London and New York galleries.

In 2005, Charlie independently opened Mackinnon Fine Furniture, trading from his St. James’s gallery.

Charlie has a passion for fine eighteenth century English furniture.

Throughout his career, he has successfully overseen large scale interiors projects, including notable projects in Oxfordshire, New York, Ireland, and the Czech Republic.

Charlie has also helped clients source rare and beautiful pieces to complement existing collections.

For further information visit the company website


Mackinnon - Fine Furniture
18th-century furniture, works of art and objects
5 Ryder Street
St James's
Opening hours
Open Monday-Friday 10-5.30; other times by appointment
Charlie Mackinnon