David Mellor Marylebone
Located just off Marylebone High Street, our biggest shop to date showcases the full David Mellor collection of tableware and kitchenware with a special emphasis on domestic British craft products.
The Arts & Crafts period building lends itself to a special focus on the skilled craftspeople we work with.
The Marylebone shop carries the full range of David Mellor cutlery and also offers our famous Wedding List service.
David Mellor Sloane Square
Our Sloane Square shop is a well known fixture of the sophisticated London shopping scene. Opened by the designer David Mellor in 1969 it soon became a focal point of the Swinging Sixties Chelsea and an important influence on retail design.
The shop, on two floors, specializes in tableware and kitchenware carefully selected as the best on the international market in terms of design and quality. Many of our products are of our own design and exclusive to the David Mellor shops.
The Sloane Square shop displays the full range of David Mellor cutlery and we operate a very personal
Wedding List service.
David Mellor Country Shop
The Country Shop is at Hathersage in Derbyshire, near Chatsworth, in the dramatic High Peak landscape. Here you will find our superb collection of tableware and kitchenware. This shop has a more rural feel than David Mellor Sloane Square with a special emphasis on handmade pottery, woodware, glass and baskets from individual craft workshops.
Directly opposite the Round Building cutlery factory, the shop at Hathersage gives visitors the opportunity to buy their cutlery from the place the designs were originally conceived.
The Country Shop displays the full range of David Mellor cutlery and kitchen knives and our staff provide expert advice. On weekdays it is usually possible to visit the factory and watch our cutlery being made. A Wedding List service is available at the Country Shop.
Alongside the shop is the Visitor Centre, with the David Mellor Design Museum and an excellent Café offering tea, coffee, cakes and a delicious light lunch.
For more information on the Visitor Centre click here