With a host of designer collaborations with Ellen De Generes, Gordon Ramsay, Barber & Osgerby, Hemingway Design and more, you are sure to find that perfect Royal Doulton addition to your home.
From 1775 the wavy lines were painted by hand, but in the 1870's Royal Copenhagen began to stamp and glaze the trademark.Since 1935 Royal Copenhagen have added a small line in the trademark on almost every single piece of porcelain.This makes it possible to tell the age of each piece of porcelain by Royal Copenhagen.The Royal Copenhagen trademarks shown below were used on porcelain and fine china with blue under glazed decorations. Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates, figurines and some porcelain sets.Depending on our product requirements, we will maintain production in all locations.
Around the world, the vision of Royal Doulton, based on the brand values of quality, craftsmanship and innovation, has not changed and continues to be absolutely English.
This is a rare Royal Doulton stoneware three handled Loving Cup by Christine Abbott dating to Circa 1915.
The stylised tube lined flower decoration on a brown mottled ground.
The artists mark is either impressed or incised as per the marks on the image to the right ( You should note that some artists used more than one mark or monogram, especially when women married and their surnames changed.
The impressed mark in this example being ‘d:’ for Olive Dale and the incised mark ‘RW’ for Rosetta S Woods. The Doulton lion and crown mark and the various pattern and date numbers are dealt with on our doulton marks page.
We suggest you contact your local antiques dealer to obtain a valuation.