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The Royal Doulton Company was an English company producing tableware and collectables, dating from 1815. Operating originally in London the company began as a partnership between John Doulton, Martha Jones, and John Watts. The company took the name Doulton in 1853.

 

Henry Doulton was awarded the coveted Albert Medal of the Society of Arts in 1885 and was Knighted by Queen Victoria in 1887, the first potter ever to be so honoured. 

 

Doulton held off exhibiting his new wares until the Paris Exhibition in 1892 and the Chicago Exhibition in 1893 where they caused a sensation. 

 

Sir Henry Doulton died in 1897 and was succeeded as General Manager by his son Henry Louis Doulton. The firm was authorised by King Edward VII to use the term Royal in 1901, and from then on was known as Royal Doulton.

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Doulton Chang Bowl
Impressive and ScarceRoyal Doulton Change "Lily Pad" Bowl by Charles Noke and Harry Nixon. Light scratches to interior and two glaze frits to the b...
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Doulton Chang Vase
Rare Miniature Royal Doulton Chang Vase by Charles Noke and Harry Nixon. This is a beautiful vase with unusual coloration and a good lava drip glaz...
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Doulton Chang Vase
Royal Douulton Vase in an Interesting Chang Glaze by Charles Noke
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ROYAL DOULTON FISHING JUG, ISAAC WALTON DESIGN
Vintage Royal Doulton Fishing Jug, Noke. A good Royal Doulton Isaac Walton ware jug by Charles Noke, depicting two fishermen. The thin bodied, bul...
£125
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