The Online public information site for the Association of Independent Tobacco Specialists, of which J.J.Fox & Robert Lewis are members.http://www.aits.org.uk/
Fox Group of Specialist Retailing Shops.
J.J.Fox (Selfridges) Wonder Room Nr Wines
400 Oxford Street
London, W1A 1AB
Telephone:- 0207 3183945
87–135 Brompton Road
Telephone:- 0207 730 1234
The James Fox Cigar and Whiskey Store
James Fox offers Dublin shoppers the largest range of Rare, Aged and commercial production Cuban Cigars available, complimented by a comprehensive collection of Irish and Scotch Whiskies and a full range of associated Cigar and Whiskey Gifts. The James Fox store is the only cigar store in Ireland to source cigars exclusively from the Habanos official agents in Ireland and the UK, and is the only cigar store in Ireland to carry the Habanos certificate of authenticity. http://www.jamesfox.ie/
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Other Cigar Related Links.
Cigar Aficionado magazine
Cigars & Co
European Cigar Cult Journal
FORCES – One of the world's largest pro-smoking websites: http://www.forces.org
FOREST – Britain's smokers' rights organisation: http://www.forces.org
Turnbull & Asser - Established in 1885
Visit them today at http://store.turnbullandasser.co.uk
Manufacturers of classically tailored shirts, ties and accessories all available for purchase on-line. All Turnbull & Asser shirts and ties are made in our own manufactories in England to our own stringent quality standards and classic designs.
Berry Bros & Rudd - Est 1698
300-year-old wine emporium.
From £5 bottles of Berry’s Good Ordinary Claret to £7000 bottles of Romanée Conti this historic wine emporium has something to suit every palate. Housed in an amazing old building, laden down with exceptionally well-kept wood panelling, entering this shop feels more like being granted admission to an exclusive manor house hotel. While its location in St James – the Mecca for gentlemen’s clubs – further emphasises this air of exclusivity, once you’re inside, roaming around the rickety old rooms, sniffing out classic vintages, it’s easy to forget any initial sense of awe. Dating back to 1698, Berry Bros have amassed over 300 years of experience and genuinely do know everything there is to know about the wine business. Experienced, enthusiastic staff are on hand to guide customers through the fine old selection of ports and clarets as well as the extensive wines on offer, although you can wander around on your own if you choose. Make sure you explore the amazing vaulted cellars, which also double up as the venue for regular wine tasting courses and lunches. Take your time and enjoy this truly vintage shop.
0800 280 2440
- Lock & Co
Telephone 0207930 8874
Founded in 1676, for centuries Lock & Co. has been the place to shop for a top hat if you're off to Ascot. The quaint shop in St James's Street retains a touch of yesteryear and the business remains family owned, providing quality headwear of a standard still expected in the members' enclosure. Once fitted with a suitable hat, a gentleman would go to Lobb's for their boots and Swaine, Adeney, Brigg for their saddle and leather luggage, with all three shops conveniently located in the same street.
- John Lobbs & Co - Est 1849
This historic bookmakers in St James's has been ensuring its well heeled customers remain as such since it was set up by Cornish farmboy John Lobb in 1849. The craftsmanship of John Lobb led him to become bootmaker to King Edward VII and from there created he a name for Lobb brand. Standards clearly haven't slipped in the intervening years as it has two Royal Warrants to this day and is still the place to go for top quality tailor-made boots and shoes.
- Christie's Fine Art Auctioneers
Established in 1776, Christie’s holds sales ranging from Old Masters to the contemporary arts. In 1990 it broke all records with the sale Van Gogh’s Portrait of Doctor Gachet for $82,500,000. More recently it raised $13,378,558 for the Rothschild Prayerbook, an extremely rare bible with illuminated manuscripts. The gallery at King Street is open to the public without charge and offers ever-changing exhibitions. There is also a bookshop on the premises.
- Swaine, Adeney, Brigg Ltd
This rather exclusive establishment has been arming London folk with a seriously upper-class, posh brolly and a riding crop for centuries. An incredibly timeless store, nothing seems to change here since the early 1800s when it first got its royal seal of approval. In addition to serving up some classy umbrellas and equestrian goods, it also sustains its business on providing excessively big hats for Ascot, tweed jackets and breeches for those who like to head to the country during the shooting season. There's quality leather luggage and, of course, the obligatory picnic hampers. Umbrella wise, they sell absolutely stunning, walking length umbrellas for gentlemen with a choice of Malacca, hickory or cherry handles. Prices - which start at £175 (gulp) - mean you'll be positively praying for rain. Even if you can't afford it – it's worth a look simply to witness a wonderful example of British eccentricity. It's a place where men who wear panama hats complete with private club ribbons feel at home; a 'spiffing' establishment for brollies and so much more.
- Nigel Milne
Fine, modern, own-design jewellery, using 18-carat gold and gemstones. In addition there is a selection of antique fine jewellery from 1850-1950. A catalogue is available on request and special commissions can be undertaken.
The Burlington Arcade was designed in 1819 by Samuel Ware for Lord Cavendish, supposedly to stop passers-by throwing rubbish over the garden wall of Burlington House! It originally had 72 shops and at 585' is Britain's longest arcade. Another storey was added in 1911 and the Piccadilly entrance was redesigned in 1931. The north end was damaged in the Blitz but restored in the 1950s. Top-hatted beadles enforce its regulations against hurrying, singing and carrying large parcels (but not unfortunately using mobile phones!). Beadles are ex-servicemen and were originally recruited from the 10th Hussars.
The Royal Arcade was opened in 1880 and known as 'The Arcade' until 1882. The elaborate frontage still retains this original name together with a profile portrait of Queen Victoria. It suffered bomb damage in WWII but was repaired and painted in its striking colours.
Fortnum & Mason Ltd, 181 Piccadilly. William Fortnum as a footman in the royal household was entitled to the candle-ends which he sold. He went on to open a grocery shop with Hugh Mason with whom he lodged and who maintained stables nearby. They were able to obtain exotic foods from the East India Company and supplied gentlemen's clubs, army officers abroad and expeditions. Their hampers, dating back to 1788, became especially popular during the Great Exhibition. The shop was rebuilt in 1926-8 and now includes non-foods. A staircase has statues of 18th century footmen in livery holding candelabra. The clock was added in 1964 and on the hour Mr Fortnum & Mr Mason make an appearance. http://www.fortnumandmason.com/
Hatchard's, 187 Piccadilly. The bookseller and publisher John Hatchard opened a shop at 173 Piccadilly in 1797 which moved via 190 in 1801 to the present address. It became something of a club and was used for meetings by its famous clientele. It was rebuilt in 1909. http://www.hatchards.co.uk/
Gieves & Hawkes, 1 Savile Row. Founded in the 18th century as two firms. Gieves originated as Merediths of Portsmouth who supplied the Navy and were Nelson's tailors. Their London shop was opened at George Street in 1903 later moving via 21 Old Bond Street to 80 Piccadilly. In 1974 they acquired Hawkes & Co with premises in Savile Row. Hawkes had been founded in 1771 and a patron was the Duke of Wellington. Their 18th century premises acquired in 1912 had housed the map room of the Royal Geographical Society since 1870 and Livingstone's body was brought back to here from Africa. http://www.gievesandhawkes.com/shop/
J Floris Ltd, 89 Jermyn Street. This was established by a Spaniard in 1730 as a barbers but as the individual perfumes he created became more popular he changed his trade. The shop's Spanish mahogany showcases were bought at the Great Exhibition. In the Victorian period coins were cleaned and notes pressed before being presented to customers on a velvet change pad. Products were handmade on the premises until the 1960s. http://www.florislondon.com/
Paxton & Whitfield, 93 Jermyn Street. The partnership was founded in 1797 and the business began as a stall at Clare Market in 1742. It has been in Jermyn Street since 1835 and stocks 300 varieties of cheese with an emphasis on British products. http://www.paxtonandwhitfield.co.uk/
Hunters & Frankau
Sole Distributors of hand made cuban cigars in the UK.
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