The Mallory Story
A rich heritage for more than 100 years
Mallory's steeped history began In 1898 when Edward Palmer Mallory took over Routley, the jewellers that occupied No. 1 Bridge Street in the historic city of Bath. In partnership with his wife, Mrs MT Mallory, Edward ran the company that would soon forge a reputation as Bath’s premier jeweller.
Over the years, Mallory’s reputation grew steadily under the couple’s stewardship, among both local customers and the many visitors who came to the city for its Roman Baths and spectacular Georgian architecture.
More than 100 years later the Mallory business is still very much a family affair, with Edward’s great-grandson, Robert Vander Woerd, serving as Managing Director alongside Robert's daugher, Katie who joins the business as the family's fifth generation.
'A Luxury Emporium'
Today, Mallory is renouned as 'the ultimate destination’ for fine and contemporary jewellery, ‘by design’ bespoke commissions, antique jewellery and silverware, exclusive timepieces and a world of luxury gifts and accessories.
At our Bridge Street premises, we also house a state of the art workshops, where our experts can repair and restore your jewellery and timepieces to highest possible standard.
Step in to the world of Mallory and prepare to inspire generations to come.