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Wide shot of the shop interior including the cutlery and craft woodware displays.

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.

Welcoming you back safely and staying COVID-19 Secure

Our expert sales team is eager to welcome you back to our Marylebone shop.

Every precaution has been taken to ensure the newly reconfigured shop is a space that’s safe for all. Even during these challenging times, we still aim to deliver our high level of service and staff expertise.

On your next visit you will notice some changes to the shop and our working practices that will help to keep everyone safe and COVID-19 Secure.

Please ensure that you follow all instructions given by the signage on site and verbally by our staff.

This page contains a summary of the key changes and behaviours that we expect in store.

Face coverings must be worn at all times to help protect our staff.
Sanitise your hands on arrival and when requested by our staff.
Keep a 2 metre social distance between other customers and our staff.
To enable social distancing there will be a maximum of 27 people in the shop at any time. Please avoid shopping in groups.
Card payments only, no cash. Where possible payment should be touch free using a contactless card, Apple Pay or Google Pay.

Contact us

Telephone 020 8050 4259
Email mbn@davidmellordesign.co.uk
14 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 8UW

Opening hours

We look forward to welcoming you back from Wednesday 2nd December with the following opening times:


Monday to Saturday 10.15am – 6.30pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm


Please check our Coronavirus updates page for the latest information.


The ground floor interior of the shop, looking through one of the wooden arches towards the silver cabinet, glassware and tableware displays.

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