Thomas Goode & Co was established in 1827 in the heart of Mayfair, London, and has always been recognised as the home of the world’s finest china, silverware and glass. In the mid 19th century, the business transformed into London’s tableware emporium by Thomas Goode’s son, William Goode, who travelled the world in search of the finest porcelain and bone china designs. The brand has provided a unique personal service to Europe’s great families, supplying exquisitely designed and crafted dinner services that would become treasured family heirlooms for generations to come. Since 2018, Johnny Sandelson has been at the helm of the business as Chairman. The brand, coming up to its bicentenary, has an extraordinary history in Europe, the Middle East and India.
The Thomas Goode archive is a particular jewel in the business’s crown, spanning almost two centuries of luxury trade and comprising important historic and contemporary patterns that are educationally significant. From being granted its first Royal Warrant in 1863 to being commissioned for the dinner service of Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s wedding – for over two centuries it is the brand’s iconic monogram that has been the visual linchpin of its designs. It is the creation of these monograms that has epitomized the bespoke service that the brand has become known for across the world.
The renowned label – home to the world’s finest tableware, china, silverware and glassware, stocking global brands including Hermes, Vivienne Westwood, Christian Lacroix and Missoni – has been based in London’s Mayfair for almost 200 years, and is delighted to now present their luxury tableware and gifts in this historic thoroughfare.
Thomas Goode & Co is proud to hold two royal warrants and lists Sir Elton John as a Shareholder. They have been manufacturing their own classic range of designs in Stoke on Trent, and are now working with new designers on contemporary creatives to meet the evolving needs of their customers. The new boutique will house the latest collection by India’s leading designer Sabyasachi, as well as an exclusive historic archive.
Johnny Sandelson, executive chairman of Thomas Goode & Co says, ‘Burlington Arcade provides us with the opportunity to display our luxury wares to an ever wider audience. The ethos and spirit of the Arcade very much mirrors our own history. We have also decided to house our priceless archive on the premises, and we welcome tourists and shoppers to see first hand our tableware which has served Royal and noble families from not only Britain, but also including Europe, India, the Middle East, and Russia. Among the plates on show include items manufactured for Queen Victoria, Catherine the Great, to more modern designs by Giovanni Versace.’
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