19 South Audley Street

Situated in Mayfair, 19 South Audley Street is and is an exceptional space to display the most indulgent mix of tableware, glass and silverware.  

Thomas Goode & Co. have occupied 19 South Audley Street since 1845 and first opened their doors to Mayfair’s retail customers back in 1875. Designed by Ernest George, 19 South Audley Street has since provided the business with exceptional space to display the most indulgent mix of tableware, glass and silverware by many of the world’s great houses – not least Baccarat, Daum, Lalique, Hermes, Minton and many many more – all alongside Thomas Goode & Co.’s always beautiful designs produced under its own brand.

Over the decades the building has hosted visits by Royalty and many of the Europe’s great families. Today, the audience is truly global and includes the new aristocracies as well as the old; clients from Eastern Europe mingle with the counterparts from the Far and Middle East, and some of the world’s highest profile individuals comprise Thomas Goode’s ever broader customer-base.