This section gives information about and photos of the various “models” produced by the Goss factory.

The term “models” is generally used to describe the wide range of miniaturised copies of historical artefacts, buildings, structures, animals, etc. which formed the mainstay of the factory’s business from the 1880’s until the family sold the pottery in 1929. The term is used because the vast majority of these bear brief wording (the inscription) which gives some information about the original and which in many cases begins with the words “Model of …”