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You can contact us by using this convenient  form, or  if you would prefer you can contact us directly by telephone on (03) 9650 7700 or by email at info@grayreidgallery.com.au

Gray Reid Gallery is located inside Melbourne's historic Assembly Hall at 156 Collins Street, Melbourne, AustraliaWe are open six days a week, Monday to Thursday 10am to 5pm, Friday 10am to 7pm & Saturday 11am to 3pm to assist you with all your jewellery needs.

156 Collins St
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Australia

03 9650 7700

Established in 1999, Gray Reid Gallery has become renowned Australia wide for offering timeless unique jewellery, objets d'art & collectables. Our independant Melbourne jewellery store features antique, vintage & estate jewellery alongside modern contemporary jewellery. We also specialize in elegantly crafted custom handmade jewellery by local Melbourne jewellery designers, custom made engagement rings, jewellery design & redesign, jewellery repair, restoration & jewellery valuations.

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JEWEL JOURNAL

Gray Reid Gallery's Jewel Journal is filled with informative jewellery care tips, bespoke handmade jewellery, how to buy jewellery, important gems from around the world & Melbourne jewellery & art events.

 

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Festival Of Steve - A Gentleman Engaged in The Art of Jewellery -

Alister Reid

For the first time since the festival began, Gray Reid Gallery will be exhibiting a range of men’s jewellery and men’s jewellery ideas where we will inspire then modern man to experiment finishing off his outfit with jewellery!

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Mens Engagement Rings

Alister Reid

At Gray Reid Gallery we are not just a retailer but also one of Melbourne’s leading jewellers and makers and over the past few years we have noticed and increasing demand for men’s engagement rings.

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Exhibiting Artist: Monica Szwaja

Alister Reid

Originally trained in London, Monica was exposed to many different European and international styles and her work over the years has incorporated classic European gold and silver smith techniques as well as traditional techniques from around the world including enamelling, Japanese mokume-gane, Korean kombu, cuttlefish casting, glass making as well as intricate beading to name a few.

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