I recently reread Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch and it made me remember reading another book in the same time period (somewhere around 2010-2016) that had a similar feel to it. I know I checked them both out of the library around the same time, but I go through a lot of books in a year, so searching over the library history is a bit prohibitive.
What I remember is that the protagonist runs a shop, either an antique shop or an actual magic shop (albeit with all of the good stuff in the back). For whatever reason, he's outside of the usual power structure, which is part of why he's picked as a pawn in the first book in a search for an artifact that I want to say is an ivory wand and involves some sort of ancient fae. The second book has him infiltrating a gathering of magicians in a manor in the countryside, although I don't remember much else.