Dating royal doulton series ware
Some basic patterns such as the well known Tango pattern, can be found with multiple pattern numbers.The Tango pattern in fact has no less then six different pattern numbers, each one either having a slight variation, or was used on a different series.Tango pattern number examples: To insure that production demands were met, the Doulton brand outsourced production to other artists and studios.Some of these artists and studios simply signed their works, others such as Robert Allen Design Studio added their own pattern codes alongside the Doulton Pattern codes.Today the Royal Doulton brand is part of the Waterford Wedgwood Group, and is operating as part of Doulton mome. Whether this was due to the evolutionary status of the company, with name changes or expansions in the form of subsidiaries.The Doulton Home has three major brands under its control: The Doulton based trademarks have gone through several iterations, just like the Goebel’s, M. Different Doulton trademarks can be found on their works, allowing us to further narrow down the time period a piece may be from.Relief decorated in geometric designs around its body and glazed in tonal blues. Beautifully decorated Art Nouveau Royal Doulton stoneware vase by Frank Butler.
The names that you can look out for are: For the complete guide on the history and humble beginnings of the Doulton family business, please read our article The History of Royal Doulton.If like me, you’ve often wondered what the different cyphers printed on the base of your figurines means, I am happy to tell you that after making many enquiries, I have finally managed to solve the mystery.This Double D’s symbol designed by Robert and Mary Hoogstraat, was the winning entry in the 2008 Royal Doulton Cypher competition held by the Royal Doulton International Collectors Club (RDICC) during the last quarter of 2007.The trademark was either placed beside the other company’s trademark, or more often then not, a new trademark was designed around the Royal Doulton’s trademark.A truly superb and rare, large Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase by Eliza Simmance and Rosina Brown, c1895. Stylised Art Nouveau foliate and floral design repeated ...
Classic baluster-form footed vase with everted rim.