Gladwells Corner-2 copy

Gladwell’s Corner: A Trip down Memory Lane

Sometimes taking a look back to the past is no bad thing. You often discover something you didn’t know before or remind yourself of what is special or important to you. Those of you who have been close to us over the years will know how fond we were of our homes in the Square mile. The City of London, Lord Mayor’s, Wren’s Churches, the Pool, shipping and commerce, Livery Companies, City workers, stockbrokers and traders all formed part of Gladwell & Company’s patrons through the decades.

Most of those who came through our door on Cheapside knew it as Gladwell’s corner because of the mosaic in the doorway that moved with us when we relocated to Queen Victoria Street in 1928. Many of you who passed over that threshold will remember it well and maybe the occasional fish lunch at Sweetings.

Since our move to Knightsbridge, that small corner of the City is often in our thoughts along with the wonderful people who came to us there. We thought, for this Christmas we would start our celebrations early with a little trip down memory lane and create a new version of Gladwell’s corner at Beauchamp Place.







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