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Thomas Goode & Co launches new store at Burlington Arcade

Luxury homeware house Thomas Goode & Co has relocated its store in London’s Mayfair to the historic Burlington Arcade. Offering some of the world’s finest tableware,… View Article

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Thomas Goode & Co launches new store at Burlington Arcade

Luxury homeware house Thomas Goode & Co has relocated its store in London’s Mayfair to the historic Burlington Arcade.

Offering some of the world’s finest tableware, china, silverware and glassware from brands such as Hermes, Vivienne Westwood, Christian Lacroix and Missoni, Thomas Goode & Co has been based in Mayfair for almost 200 years.

The company, which is the holder of two royal warrants and whose shareholders include Sir Elton John, has been manufacturing its own classic range of designs in Stoke-on-Trent, but is now also working with new designers on contemporary pieces.

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, said: “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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