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Located in the very heart of London’s theatre district, Sworders London Gallery is nestled in Cecil Court, a picturesque Victorian thoroughfare just a moment’s walk from Leicester Square Tube Station and five minutes from Trafalgar Square, adjacent to London’s vibrant Covent Garden in the West End. The street, with its array of independent shops, is already a favourite with collectors of antiquarian books, maps and silver.
Sworders’ London Gallery, with 700 square feet of exhibition space and a private valuation room, is open from Monday to Saturday for free auction valuations, auction preview events and insurance and probate work (late opening accommodated upon request).
The gallery welcomes walk-in visits throughout the week and offers specialist valuations by appointment (available at the gallery/at your home or bank). Our team of experts are available to offer advice across a range of specialisms including Asian art, jewellery, designer and luxury items, pictures, prints, silver, antiques and collectables. Should you wish to discuss an item of a particular specialism, it is advised to call ahead to check dates and availability for the appropriate valuer.
Should you wish to sell with Sworders, whether a single item or an entire house contents, the first step is to receive an auction estimate. These are free of charge with no obligation to consign.
Google Lens, the ultimate way to search what you see, has teamed up with antiques expert Mark-Francis Vandelli to create the Google Lens Edit and help Brits across the country find hidden treasures in their homes, local second-hand shops, flea markets and car boot sales, with all proceeds from the edit going to Choose Love.
30 October 2023
Among the rapid bustle of central London lies one of the oldest thoroughfares in Covent Garden, which, since its construction, has been a heartline of intrigue, antiques and objects of curiosity. Cecil Court dates to the end of the 17th century and provides a picturesque and centrally located home for our London gallery.
7 December 2022
Jewellery from the Swinging Sixties - once relegated to the bottom of the jewellery box or worse, the melting pot is now back in vogue. The commercial stock of a range of pioneering British goldsmiths from the post-war era has risen substantially since the turn of the 21st century. And the coolest of cool Britannia is Andrew Grima (1921-2007).
9 November 2022
We are delighted to be attending the 2022 Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Event on Tuesday 15 November.
18 October 22
The contents of Phillimore Terrace, home of Sir Jack Baer and his wife Diana, will be sold at Sworders this autumn.
20 September 2022
A group of French Empire clocks from the collection of Bath-based entrepreneur, Jeremy Knight, will appear in our upcoming Fine Interiors sale on 13 & 14 September.
25 August 2022
A selection of lots from our upcoming Fine Interiors sale is currently on view at our London gallery.
19 September 2022
A group of twenty-two lots from Paolo Moschino's Antiques & Vintage collection will be offered in our Fine Interiors sale on 14-15 June.
6 June 2022
Our forthcoming auction of Fine Jewellery and Watches on Tuesday 28 June offers a rare consignment of talisman jewellery designed by Richard Shaw Brown – ex-rockstar, gemologist, author, and widely respected authority on Planetary Gemology.
1 June 2022
We are pleased to introduce Madeleine Armstrong who joins our blossoming team to take over the day to day management of our charming London Gallery in Cecil Court.
21 April 2022