To the most discerning and those in the know, Thomas Goode is the destination for the finest china, silver and glassware in the world.

For almost 200 years, its elegant Mayfair showroom has drawn in Londoners and visitors from every imaginable destination, seeking out the most exquisitely crafted tabletop and home accessories in the pursuit of that great British tradition of elegant entertaining at home. Thomas Goode is deeply proud to have been granted Royal Warrants by both Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince of Wales, continuing an honour that was first bestowed on the business as far back as 1863. The Prince of Wales famously commissioned a Thomas Goode bespoke dinner service for his Goddaughter India Hicks, gifting one piece to her on her Christening, and adding to the collection every year afterwards, gradually completing the set.

Deeply important to Thomas Goode are its long-standing ties with Stoke-on-Trent’s potteries, where most bespoke commissions are produced

Since its foundation in 1827, Thomas Goode has provided a uniquely personal service to its clients and has an exceptional archive of designs, created especially for royal families, rock stars and design aficionados the world over. Throughout the 1800s, William Goode, Thomas’s son, spent months at a time on great voyages that took him to all corners of the earth meeting special customers and delivering commissions to them.

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Among its most prestigious ‘bespoke’ clients, Thomas Goode is proud to have counted Queen Victoria, Gianni Versace, India’s Maharajas and the crowned heads of Europe, to name a few. Today, under the watchful eye of new owner Johnny Sandelson, Thomas Goode is placing a greater emphasis than ever before on its bespoke offering. Whether for something as simple as a single teapot, or as grand as a full dinner service, clients will be able to work with the Thomas Goode team to commission a design that is unique to them, often bearing a personal monogram, family crest or significant emblem. Deeply important to Thomas Goode are its long-standing and close ties with Stoke-on-Trent’s potteries. These are where most of Thomas Goode’s bespoke commissions are produced, drawing on the peerless skill possessed by some of Britain’s finest craftspeople.

Since its foundation in 1827, Thomas Goode has provided a uniquely personal service to its clients

In 2019, delving into Thomas Goode’s rich archive, its in-house design team will breathe new life into some of the brand’s historic designs, and reimagine them for the 21st century with the best craftsmanship in Stoke- on-Trent, the birthplace of Fine English Bone China. For the past 200 years, Thomas Goode has conducted business in a distinctly personal fashion, with some of its staff having attended to customers inside its Mayfair store for more than 50 years.

However, change is afoot and the brand is launching a new boutique inside the Oberon Hotel, Mumbai, to better serve its clients across Asia. This will be the first new opening from Thomas Goode in almost 200 years. It is also launching an e-commerce website for the first time in its history, enabling more customers to discover the magic of Thomas Goode and to take home their own pieces of Great British design – modern heirlooms in the making.

Thomas Goode 19 South Audley Street London W1K 2BN +44 (0)20 7499 2823