Sinai and Sons antiques on South Audley Street

Sinai and Sons art gallery attracts serious collectors, interior designers and celebrities to its varied collection of antiques and collectables. You can find us on South Audley Street, opposite Harry’s Bar and only a few minutes away from the Dorchester and Grosvenor House hotels. People from all over the world come to Sinai and Sons to find something genuine and unique.

Selling antiques and antique furniture in London is undergoing a revival, with more and more young trendy people seeking antiques that are individual and unique. The centrally located gallery features an eclectic mix of decorative arts with an emphasis on the unusual. The twins travel the world in search of new treasures, acquiring original, authentic and documented works.

The Sinai family have had a long tradition in antiques. The Sinai twins, Raphael and Joshua, returned to the UK to open their gallery in 2005 having spent a number of fruitful years in New York. Raphael and Joshua Sinai specialise in European, Asian and American 19th and 20th Century Decorative Art and Design.

The twins are passionate in their respective fields, and their experience in New York was invaluable. Raphael deepened his knowledge at Christie’s auctioneers having worked as a specialist for seven years in the 20th Century Decorative Arts department. Joshua gained invaluable experience working with a private dealer and collector specialising in European and Asian 19th Century Decorative Arts including silver.

Sinai and Sons art gallery is one of the best antique shops in London and possibly one of the best antique shops UK wide. We have something special for all budgets so drop in and visit us. We are easy to find on South Audley Street, Mayfair.

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