J Manley Gallery
Eton, Windsor, Berks Established 1891

27 High St, Eton, SL4 6AX(01753) 865 647


In March 1891, John Manley acquired a Framing and Gilding business from Messrs Ellis Hills, who had previously been trading for a number of years in Peascod Street, Windsor.

Mr. Manley’s skills as a fine art restorer and maker of the highest quality picture frames were soon recognised by King Edward VII, who awarded the firm its first Royal warrant. Further warrants were awarded by King George V and Princess Christian when the Gallery moved premises to 27 High Street, Windsor.

Mr. Manley’s wife Maud continued the business following his death in 1921, gathering further Royal warrants from Queen Elizabeth and George VI. The business moved once more to larger premises at 24 Thames Street, Windsor, before Mrs. Manley transferred the business to their son Patrick in 1949. Patrick Manley was awarded the last Royal warrant by Her Majesty the Queen in 1956.  The final move was in 1964 to its present location at 27 High Street, Eton where Malcolm Leach now owns the company.

The original skills of the business still remain today in the hands of our own highly skilled and experienced picture framers and art restorers.

27 High Street, Eton, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 6AX | Telephone 01753 865 647 | info@manleygallery.com | Manley Restoration