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About Mousa Antiques

Having come from a long line of antique dealers, Mousa naturally became interested in the business and founded 'Mousa Antiques' in 1993. He now houses probably one of the largest collections of 19th century Bohemian and German glass in London. Mousa has been trading at Grays for over 10 years now and can be found in the basement of The Mews. Mousa deals in 19th Century Bohemian and German glass in all forms: perfume bottles, goblets, decanters, glasses, vases and much more. His collection displays examples of many glass making and decorating techniques.

 

 

Grays was established by Bennie Gray in 1977. Situated within a beautiful Nineteenth century terracotta building in the heart of London's West End. Grays is at the epicentre of the art and antique dealing world.

 

The splendid Grade 2 listed building was commissioned by John Bolding and Son, the water closet manufacturers. In the Nineteenth century they vied with Thomas Crapper for supremacy, and whilst it is his name rather than theirs that has entered the dictionary they nevertheless left us a supreme legacy, in the building that is now Grays. In the true spirit of the great nineteenth century merchants they took great pride in creating from scratch a headquarters that was just as much a thing of beauty as a functional site. It is this tradition that Bennie Gray bore in mind when he set about restoring the near-derelict glories of the former water closet showroom.

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Opening hours
Mon-Fri. 11am-18pm
Sat. 11am-17pm
Sun. by appoitment only.

Mousa Antiques
Mousa Shavolian
B 20 Grays Mews
1-7 Davies Mews
London W1K 5AB  
tel. (0044)2074938226
tel/fax.(0044)2074998273
mob. (0044)7935777602
email. [email protected]

Mousa Antiques
By appiontment only
Natalia Krus
29 Liddell Road
London NW6 2EW   
tel/fax(0044)2073724650
mob. (0044)7411277677
email. [email protected]
web. mousaantiques.co.uk