Bond Street

Bond Street is a popular area in London for high-end, retail shopping. It is comprised of Old Bond Street (the southern section) and New Bond Street (the northern section), a common distinction in everyday parlance. It retained its reputation as a place for fashionable retail in the nineteenth century and is currently home to Sotheby’s and Tiffany’s. Grafton Galleries moved to Bond Street in 1896.


Latitude: 51.512012000000
Longitude: -0.144163400000

Timeline of Events Associated with Bond Street

Date Event Manage
24 Feb 1893

Opening of Grafton Galleries

On 24 February 1893, Grafton Galleries were opened on Grafton Street, London. The gallery held temporary exhibitions of British and international fine and decorative art.


Meaghan Clarke, “1894: The Year of the New Woman Art Critic”