The Gooday Gallery Antiques Shop first opened its doors on Richmond Hill in 1971 being one of the first antiques shop in London to pioneer what was to become an enormous trend for collecting Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Tribal Art. During the 1970s Peter and Debbie Gooday quickly made a reputation for The Gooday Gallery Antiques Shop with their specialist knowledge of the designs produced by Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co.
Since then The Gooday Gallery Antiques Shop has expanded the original period of collecting to now encompass anything from the designs of Christopher Dresser to the works of Charles and Ray Eames. Leading up to the businesses 40 year anniversary, Debbie from The Gooday Gallery Antiques Shop has presented exhibitions, shared knowledge with museum curators, archivists and writers worldwide and is continually sought out by discerning collectors and buyers.
Since being established in Richmond, the clients have been as varied as the items we sell; interior designers, discerning private individuals, royalty, architects, historians and museum curators.