Since 1999 led by Alister Reid, Gray Reid Gallery has become renowned for a beautifully curated unique yet timeless collection. Bespoke handmade fine jewellery, contemporary Australian jewellery, antique and vintage jewellery and objects d’art are featured.
Our showroom hosts exhibitions from artisan-designed, contemporary jewellers and members of The Gold and Silversmiths Guild of Australia. We showcase an exceptional range of antique and vintage items.
Our Melbourne Jewellery Gallery is located inside the beautiful and historic Assembly Hall building at 156 Collins Street. Ascend a few stairs to our elegant & private showroom positioned in the heart of Melbourne. Allow our team of jewellery specialists to guide you through Melbourne’s premiere jewellery experience.
We are positioned near the corner of Collins & Russell Streets in the heart of the CBD. Easily reached by tram & located a short walking distance from both Flinders Street station & Federation Square. Gray Reid Gallery is wheelchair & pram accessible via a gently sloping ramp to the right of the entrance.
We’re open six days a week Monday to Thursday: 10am to 5pm, Friday: 10am to 7pm and Saturday: 11am to 3pm
We will work with you every step of the way to bring your jewellery dreams to life. Our service is individually tailored to each and every client. Browse our exhibitions and collections in the gallery to select a ‘ready-to-wear’ piece, or be inspired to work with our experienced team of Melbourne jewellery designers to create something truly individual.
At Gray Reid Gallery we have an onsite jewellery workshop housing a dedicated team of Master jewellers and jewellery specialists of the highest order. Skilled in both traditional and cutting edge jewellery techniques.
Gold and Silversmith’s Guild of Australia
The Gold and Silversmith’s Guild of Australia Inc. began in 1988 to provide a set of common goals for professionals who work in precious metals.
The maker of your piece of work has been accepted by the Guild and given the right to use the Guild Mark.
The Maker’s Mark on your piece has been recorded on silver Touchplates and is held in perpetuity by the Guild as historical records. This set of Marks is your assurance of Australian origin, quality workmanship and integrity.
The Guild Membership Mark must only be used on Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium or their alloys. It is represented by the head of a kangaroo set inside a square on its diagonal, for a Fellow Member or a circle for a Full Member.
The Maker’s Mark is always a distinctive device which is the signature of the Maker. It is usually a design which graphically shows the initials of the Maker. Or it may be a sign or symbol.
All Guild Members are required to use Metal Purity Marks. These marks are set by the Standards Association of Australia.
Gray Reid Gallery responsibly source diamonds and precious gemstones in adherence to the Kimberley Process and CIBJO ethics.
We abide with the Australian Antique and Art Dealers Associations code of practice and constitution.
As a member if the Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) & as a participant in the JAA Jewellery Industry code of conduct (web link to code of conduct) which means we adhere to the highest standards of ethical, professional and business practice.