The Thomas Goode Museum

The Thomas Goode & Co. Museum is a treasure trove of historic and contemporary patterns that are both historically and commercially significant, an invaluable design resource and a truly inspiring place to visit.

Among the highlights of the collection are a dinner service for Tsar Nicholas II, based on a Sèvres pattern designed for Catherine The Great; a miniature-scale tea set commissioned by Queen Mary for her doll’s house; and an intriguing 1930s version of a french counter-revolutionary ‘puzzle plate’, in which the silhouette of Louis XVI is cunningly hidden. A treasure trove of historic and contemporary patterns and dedicated to this rich heritage of design, the museum is both an invaluable design resource and an inspiring place to visit.