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Royal Doulton Furniture

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The redoubtable British ceramics maker Royal Doulton has long embraced popular tastes and enjoys a devoted following among aficionados of English pottery. Some are drawn to the company’s intricately decorated bone china dinner services; others are passionate collectors of Royal Doulton’s artfully hand-painted figurines, vases and bowls.

When founded by John Doulton, Martha Jones and John Watts in 1815, in the Lambeth section of suburban London, the manufacturer produced bottles and other storage containers and even sewer pipes in stoneware, a cheap but durable cousin of porcelain. Amid the Victorian era’s rising concern for hygiene, food safety and sanitation, the company flourished. During the late 1850s — having rebranded as Doulton & Watts and then Doulton and Co. — the firm was colloquially referred to as Doulton Ware. And in the late 1870s, it expanded its business into the applied arts.

The firm took over a factory in Staffordshire, in northern England — the traditional home of British ceramics manufacturing — to produce tableware. Around the same time, Doulton opened an art pottery studio in Lambeth, where vases, urns and other forms were decorated with painted scenic images, flowers or historical motifs. 

Taking a cue from the venerable Meissen porcelain workshops in Germany, Doulton artisans began crafting figurines modeled on characters from literature and theater. The firm also helped popularize Toby Jugs and other “character mugs” — handled cups shaped as the heads of figures from folklore and popular culture. Doulton purchased a factory in Burslem in 1882, and King Edward VII granted the factory his Royal Warrant in 1901.

Royal Doulton china will always make an elegant yet not-too-formal appearance in a traditional table setting. Prices for dinner services vary according to size, age and condition, but generally range from $2,000 to $15,000

Authentic Royal Doulton art pottery might be used by some as a bright decorative note; others collect the company’s figurines with the same interest and dedication as stamp and coin enthusiasts. A typical Toby Jug might fetch $50, while very rare figurines can sell for $7,000. Most of the finest Royal Doulton art pottery pieces sell for around $500

As you will see on these pages, few decorative-arts companies are as aesthetically and stylistically diverse as Royal Doulton. The firm truly offers something for everyone.

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Creator: Royal Doulton
Mid-20th Century "the Hunting Man" Royal Doulton English Ceramic Plate
By Royal Doulton
Located in Middleburg, VA
1950s English Royal Doulton "The Hunting Man" Ceramic Plate Excellent condition. Great details in main picture surrounded with images of various hunting accessories. Good collectibl...
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Mid-20th Century English Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic, Paint

Royal Doulton Golf Plate, Series Ware
By Royal Doulton
Located in Oxfordshire, GB
Royal Doulton Series Ware Golf plate. Royal Doulton rack plate with polychrome golf scene and the proverb, "EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY, AND EVERY MAN HIS HOUR", designed by Charles Crombie. The rear of the plate with Royal Doulton trade mark, pattern No. D3395 and impressed into the plate '4.33'. Charles 'Chas' Crombie (1885 - 1967) was an illustrator whose work is well known to the collector. His pictures can be found in many forms, on postcards, calendars, in books and on Royal Doulton ceramics. Royal Doulton Golf...
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1910s English Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Rare Vintage Circa 1930 Royal Doulton Wall Pocket Vase Owl High Relief D5771
By Royal Doulton
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
Circa 1930 Royal Doulton wall pocket vase Owl and Moon in high relief D5771 in very good condition made in England. Royal Doulton (England) wall pockets and wall vases; The Doulton ...
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Mid-20th Century English Art Deco Royal Doulton Furniture

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Pottery

Winston Churchill Character Jug by Royal Doulton
By Royal Doulton
Located in Austin, TX
A handsome Winston Churchill character jug or decorative mug by the English pottery firm, Royal Doulton.  
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20th Century English Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery

Antique 20th Century Vellum Overnight Case By Royal Doulton c.1920
By Royal Doulton
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Antique 20th-century English suitcase crafted from luxurious vellum, accompanied by a compact interior vanity case, offers versatility for both joint and individual use. Adorned with...
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20th Century British Other Royal Doulton Furniture

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Silk

Royal Doulton Luncheon Plates, Set of 14
By Royal Doulton
Located in Pasadena, CA
This is a charming set of 14 Royal Doulton hand painted luncheon plates that date to the early 20th century. The scolloped rims of the plates are decorated with a beautiful hand-pain...
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Early 20th Century English Art Deco Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

ROYAL DOULTON Martini Crystal Etched Glasses Set of 2 Vintage Cocktail Barware
By Royal Doulton
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Vintage ROYAL DOULTON Martini Crystal clear Etched Glasses Set of 2.Royal Doulton precious crystal barware cocktail glasses with a unique handmade etc...
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Late 20th Century English Post-Modern Royal Doulton Furniture

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Crystal

Royal Doulton Porcelain Sung Ware Noke Flambe Squat Form Vase, 1947
By Royal Doulton
Located in Gardena, CA
Royal Doulton Porcelain Sung Ware Noke Flambe Squat Form Vase, 1947 Lobed panels with vibrant purple, yellow, green, and blue abstract colors to the bright red base. Royal Doulton...
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20th Century Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Doulton & Co. Curved Front Plunger Basin with Bracket
By Royal Doulton
Located in Wormelow, Herefordshire
A Doulton & Co. curved front plunger basin. This porcelain sink is accompanied by shining polished brass taps, dating to circa 1890. Its style and generous basin would make for a stu...
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Late 19th Century English Victorian Antique Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Royal Daulton signed MB for Mary Butter. Arts & Crafts flowing floral blue vase.
By Royal Doulton
Located in London, GB
Royal Daulton signed MB for Mary Butter. Arts & Crafts flowing floral blue vase.
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1910s English Arts and Crafts Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Royal Doulton. An Arts and Crafts Beefeater Gin advertising decanter and stopper
By Royal Doulton
Located in London, GB
Royal Doulton Arts and Crafts Beefeater Gin advertising decanter and stopper. Stamped James Burrough Ltd. Lambeth SE. Distillers of the C...
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1920s English Arts and Crafts Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Postmodern Royal Doulton Sisters Basalt Black Mate Ceramic
By Royal Doulton
Located in San Diego, CA
Royal Doulton black basalt figurine "Sisters." circa 1983 made in England nice finish very collectible piece .
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20th Century English Post-Modern Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Royal Doulton Santa Claus Character Jug
By Royal Doulton
Located in Cincinnati, OH
Royal D0ulton Santa Claus Character Jug D6793 Hand made and decorated Designer Michael Abberley
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1980s English Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Vintage English Crystal Purple Overlay Paperweight with Engraved Flower and Box
By Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A vintage art glass paperweight from Royal Doulton (previously Webb Corbett) of Great Britain, dating circa 1970s-1980s. The faceted weight is cased within a layer of amethyst purple glass cut to clear. The faceting reveals a carved intaglio flower...
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Late 20th Century English Modern Royal Doulton Furniture

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Crystal

Royal Doulton Red Flambe Porcelain Figurine "ELEPHANT"
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
Over 500 years ago Chinese potters first experimented with copper oxide glazes to create a fiery red finish that became known as Flambe. When these Sung Dynasty (AD 960 to 1279) porcelain pieces reached Europe, they were collectively called flambe, because the glaze’s resemblance to flames, and were instantly prized by collectors. Sung Dynasty ceramics are considered by many to be history’s foremost expression of the ceramic art. Although the origin of these striking flambe ( or transmutation) glazes is lost in legend, one of the greatest achievements of Royal Doulton’s artisans was the rediscovery of long-lost secrets from China’s master potters, and their ceramic ware that was renowned for its rich, blood-red and ruby effects. Marks on verso indicated the piece was made after 1930. After much experimenting and hard work, the Doulton company found immediate success at the St. Louis Exhibition in 1904. More experimenting continued in order to perfect the art of flambe and in 1920 Royal Doulton exhibited its new “Sung” wares and proved they were still the pioneers in the flambe field. Later generations of Europeans dubbed the color sang-d-boeuf, because it resembled ox blood. Royal Doulton is an English ceramic and home accessories manufacturer that was founded in 1815 by John Doulton at Lambeth, London in association with John Watts and known as Doulton and Watts. Operating originally in Vauxhall, London, and later moving to Lambeth, in 1882 it opened a factory in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, in the centre of English pottery. From the start, the backbone of the business was a wide range of utilitarian wares, mostly stonewares including storage jars, tankards and the like, and later extending to other technical ceramics. From 1853 to 1901, its wares were marked Doulton and Co., then from 1901, when a royal warrants was given, Royal Doulton. It always made decorative wares, mostly stoneware, and from the 1860s, the firm made considerable efforts to get a reputation for design, in which it was largely successful, as one of the first British makers of art pottery initially done through artistic stonewares made in Lambeth, but in 1882 the firm bought a Burslem factory, which was mainly intended for making bone china, tablewares and decorative items. It was a latecomer in this market compared to firms such as Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Wedgwood, Spoke and Mintons, but made a place for itself in the later 19th century . Today Royal Doulton mainly produces tableware and figurines. The company took the name Doulton & Co. in 1854 after the retirement of John Watts in 1853, and a merger with Henry Doulton and Co., although the trading name of Doulton & Watts continued to be used for decades. For some of the 19th century there were three different businesses, run by the sons of John Doulton, and perhaps with cross-ownership, which later came back together by the end of the century. By 1897 the total employees exceeded 4,000. By this time Doulton was popular for stoneware and ceramics, under the artistic direction of John Slater who worked with figurines, vases, character jugs, and decorative pieces designed by the prolific Leslie Harradine...
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Mid-20th Century English Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Red Flambe Porcelain Figurine "PENGUIN" 1930
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
Over 500 years ago Chinese potters first experimented with copper oxide glazes to create a fiery red finish that became known as Flambe. When these Sung Dynasty (AD 960 to1279) porce...
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Mid-20th Century Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Set of Twelve Royal Doulton Museum Quality Plates Each Painted Differently
By Royal Doulton
Located in Boston, MA
I am offering you this exquisite set of twelve Royal Doulton museum quality plates artist signed E. Wood. Each plate is painted beautifully with different bouquets of flowers with ra...
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1920s English Belle Époque Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Orchard Hill Dinnerware Set
By Royal Doulton
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Royal Doulton orchard hill pattern (discontinued) dinnerware set. Set includes 12 dinner plates, 12 salad plates, 12 dessert plates, 12 bowls, 12 teacups and saucers, 2 serving platt...
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20th Century English Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Red Flambe Porcelain Figurine "CAT"
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
Over 500 years ago Chinese potters first experimented with copper oxide glazes to create a fiery red finish that became known as Flambe. When these Sung Dynasty (AD 960 to1279) porce...
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Mid-20th Century Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

House of Erté Set of 7 Franklin Mint Sevenarts Porcelain Collector Plates
By Sevenarts Ltd., Royal Doulton
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Royal Doulton House of Erté Plates Set of 7 Franklin Mint. House of Erté Royal Doulton Set of 7 Franklin Mint Porcelain Collector Decorative Plates, limite...
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Late 20th Century German Art Deco Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Art Deco Royal Doulton Stoneware Signed Vase . Stamped.
By Royal Doulton
Located in Richmond Hill, ON
Art Deco Royal Doulton Stoneware Signed Vase . Stamped. Small glazed vase with Bluebell reliefs. Blue, green, white, and brown coloration. X8784 an...
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1920s English Art Deco Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Stoneware

Antique Royal Doulton Lambert Jug Pitcher Sterling Mount Shakespeare Interest
By Royal Doulton
Located in Dublin, Ireland
A Rare Example of a Royal Doulton Lambert Earthenware or Stoneware Silver Rimmed Cream Jug made during the last quarter of the Nineteenth Century. The main body exquisitely applie...
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19th Century Austrian Late Victorian Antique Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic, Stoneware

12 Antique English Cobalt Blue & Raised Gold Dinner Plates Circa 1915
By Royal Doulton
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A classic and elegant set of dinner plates by one of our favorite Gilded Age factories of Royal Doulton, England. This set features their Robert Allen designed shape and has cartouch...
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1910s British Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Gold, Enamel

Art Deco Royal Doulton Stoneware Signed Vase . Stamped.
By Royal Doulton
Located in Richmond Hill, ON
Vintage Royal Doulton Stoneware Signed Vase featuring a flower decoration. Imprinted on base “Royal Doulton, England, a, 8064A,” with ELF signa...
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1920s English Arts and Crafts Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Stoneware

Antique Cycling Jug, Royal Doulton Lambeth Ware
By Royal Doulton
Located in Oxfordshire, GB
Royal Doulton Lambeth Ware Cycling Jug. A rare Royal Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug with art nouveau design and three cycling scenes in white relief showing Men and Woman on bicycles...
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Early 1900s English Sporting Art Antique Royal Doulton Furniture

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Stoneware

Twelve (12) Antique English Heavy Raised Gold Shaped Dinner Plates
By Royal Doulton
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An elegant set of dinner plates made by the re known Gilded Age firm of Royal Doulton and custom ordered through the prestigious retailer of Bailey Banks and Biddle of Philadelphia. ...
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1910s British Edwardian Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Gold

Royal Doulton Red Flambe Porcelain Figurine "TIGER"
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
Over 500 years ago Chinese potters first experimented with copper oxide glazes to create a fiery red finish that became known as Flambe. When these Sung Dynasty (AD 960 to1279) porce...
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Mid-20th Century English Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Antique Set of 12 Royal Doulton for J.E. Caldwell Floral and Gilt Dinner Plates
By Royal Doulton, J.E. Caldwell & Co.
Located in Toronto, ON
A beautiful set of 12 antqiue floral and gilt dishes, manufactured by Royal Doulton for J.E. Caldwell.
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1910s English Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Red Flambe Porcelain Figurine "OWL"
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
Over 500 years ago Chinese potters first experimented with copper oxide glazes to create a fiery red finish that became known as Flambe. When these Sung Dynasty (AD 960 to1279) porce...
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Mid-20th Century English Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of Royal Doulton Chine Ware vases
By Royal Doulton
Located in East Geelong, VIC
This pair of baluster shaped Royal Doulton vases are decorated in the Chine Ware manner patented by Doulton. Doulton and Slaters patent, also known as Chine Ware was a decoration pro...
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Early 1900s English Edwardian Antique Royal Doulton Furniture

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Earthenware

Royal Doulton "the Carpet Seller" Moroccan Decorative Porcelain Figurine
By Royal Doulton
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Royal Doulton "the carpet seller," Moroccan figurine of a carpet seller. Made in England, by Royal Doulton England, the "Carpet Seller," Royal Doulto...
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Mid-20th Century English Folk Art Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

12 Cobalt Blue Gilt Encrusted Dinner Plates, Antique English, Circa 1910
By Royal Doulton
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A striking and elegant set of twelve dinner plates by one of our favorite Gilded Age firms, Royal Doulton England. This set features their classic...
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1910s Edwardian Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Gold, Enamel

"Princess Badoura" "Royal Doulton Prestige Collection" Porcelain HN2081
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
Princess Badoura was the most prestigious and expensive figure ever made by Royal Doulton. It was made to order for wealthy clients for nearly 50 years and a special color version was devised for Harrods of London. In addition, it has 22 carat gold decorations. Three different models are on display in the Fantastique exhibit at Weiner Museum Of Decorative Arts and Princess Badoura is one of the stars of the Celebration of Ceramic Art weekend. The glazes are as rich as luxurious silk and the gold decorations are perfection. It is one of the most sought after in the Princess Badoura productions. This piece was hand-painted. In the Tales of the Arabian Nights, Badoura is a princess of China and the most beautiful woman ever seen upon the earth. She magically falls in love in her sleep with Prince Camar of Persia thanks to the supernatural antics of two genies, who boast of their rival beauty. In defiance of their families, the young couple steadfastly refuse to marry anyone else until they are reunited after a quest for each other across Arabia. Their dreams come true and the princess travels to her wedding in great splendor on the back of an elephant. This enchanting story was illustrated by Edmund Dulac in 1907 and by George Barbier in 1922. This spectacular piece was modeled by Harry Stanton as a centerpiece for the Wembley Exhibition in 1924 and joined the Royal Doulton's Prestige Collection in 1952. Our piece was produced in 1983 and signed by the grandson of the founder, Michael Doulton, in 1985. Each figurine required over 160 hours of intricate painting and five kiln firings before the gilders added the final embellishment of 22 carat gold. This is a limited edition of 500. Royal Doulton is an English ceramic and home accessories manufacturer that was founded in 1815 by John Doulton at Lambeth, London in association with John Watts...
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Late 20th Century English Royal Doulton Furniture

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Gold

Royal Doulton Porcelain 3 Piece Dinner Service for 8, Cobalt Blue & Gilt Edge
By Royal Doulton
Located in Gardena, CA
Royal Doulton porcelain 3 piece dinner service for 8, Cobalt Blue & Gilt Edge 24 piece Royal Doulton porcelain service, retailed by Davis Colla...
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20th Century Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Ceramic Vase Royal Doulton Chang Ware
By Royal Doulton
Located in Atlanta, GA
A glazed ceramic vase in slender spindle form from the Chang Ware series by Royal Doulton (England, founded 1815) circa 1920-30s. The vase was decorated with thick and dripping glaze in rich mottled polychrome colors. The glaze shows overall irregular crackles, a signature characteristic of Chang Ware. The base is hand-marked "NOKE", Royal Doulton in rectangle and initial HN (for Harry Nixon). Developed by Charles J. Noke (1858-1941), Doulton's Art Director, as part of his experimentation into Chinese flambé glazes during the 1920s. Fired at very high temperatures, they were introduced commercially by Doulton in 1925 in response to popular demand for eastern style ceramics. They were applied primarily by Harry Nixon (1886-1955). The name Chang Ware was used by Doulton in reference to the possibly mythical Song potter, Chang the Elder, although it bears little relationship to Song ceramics.
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1920s English Modern Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Royal Doulton Pastille Pottery Bastiile Burner Tudor Watermill and Cottage
By Royal Doulton
Located in Downingtown, PA
Royal Doulton Pastille Pottery Bastiile Burner Tudor Watermill and Cottage Burslem, 1920s-30s The Royal Doulton pottery pastiile burner is modeled as a Tudor watermill and cotta...
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1920s English Edwardian Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Pottery

Antique English Royal Doulton Pottery Tea Dispenser, circa 1890
By Royal Doulton
Located in Big Flats, NY
An antique English beverage dispenser by Royal Doulton offers pottery construction with polychrome glazed exterior, raised on pedestal base, circa 1890 Measures- 14''H x 6.75''W x...
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Late 19th Century English Antique Royal Doulton Furniture

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Pottery

Royal Doulton England Porcelain Noke Sung Ware Flambe Vase, circa 1930
By Royal Doulton
Located in Gardena, CA
Royal Doulton England Porcelain Noke Sung Ware Flambe vase, circa 1930 Vibrant red ground with a landscape scene and a Moorish man sitting und...
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20th Century Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Little Miss Muffit Nursery Childs Ceramic Bowl
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A scarce antique Royal Doulton child's nursery rhyme stoneware dish dating from 1911. The round shallow bowl has a wide rim with raised edge printed with animals, figures, trees and ...
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1910s English Art Deco Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Stoneware

Set of 12 Royal Doulton Porcelain Dinner Plates #2559, Green Lace and Gilt
By Royal Doulton
Located in Gardena, CA
Set of 12 Royal Doulton Porcelain dinner plates #2559, green Lace & Gilt Gilt with green lace formed trim on white ground. Pattern #2559. Marked for Royal Doulton on underside. Additional Information: Pattern: Royal Lace...
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20th Century Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Egyptian Revival Porcelain Jardinière
By Royal Doulton
Located in Stamford, CT
Royal Doulton jardinière made during the Egyptian Revival period.
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Early 20th Century English Egyptian Revival Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Rare Pair Art Deco Figural Musician Bookends
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An unusual and very rare pair Royal Doulton novelty figural bookends modeled as musicians dating from around 1920. The ceramic bookends portray two novelty figures of men dressed in oversized clothing...
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1920s British Art Deco Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Vintage Grotesque Bacchus Ceramic Tankard by Royal Doulton, United Kingdom 1958
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bresso, Lombardy
Made in the United Kingdom in 1958. It is made in polychrome ceramic. This tankard is vintage, therefore it might show slight traces of use, but it can be considered as in excellen...
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1950s British Mid-Century Modern Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Lovely Set of Fourteen Early 20th Century English Royal Doulton Bread Plates
By Royal Doulton
Located in New York, NY
A lovely set of fourteen early 20th century English Royal Doulton bread plates Finely decorated with raised gold. Stamped Royal Doulton England and Gilman Collamore & Co. on th...
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Early 20th Century English Belle Époque Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Art Deco The Parsons Daughter Pottery Figure HN564
By Royal Doulton
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A fine and stylish Art Deco early figurine by Royal Doulton titled The Parsons Daughter and designed by Harry Tittensor and dating between 1929 and 1938. The lightly potted hollow fi...
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1930s English Art Deco Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Pottery

Royal Doulton Porcelain Sung Ware Noke Flambe Vase by Fred Allen, Early 20th C
By Royal Doulton
Located in Gardena, CA
Royal Doulton porcelain Sung Ware Charles Noke Flambe vase by Fred Allen, early 20th century. A wine red ground with dark blue and yellow hues throughout. Artist signed, "F. Allen" towards the base. Marked Royal Doulton to the underside and Noke and Sung. Additional information: Pattern: Noke Time Period Manufactured: 1900-1919 Material: Porcelain Featured Refinements: Royal Doulton Plate...
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Early 20th Century Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of Royal Doulton Blue Glazed Vases as Lamps
By Royal Doulton
Located in Norwood, NJ
Pair of Royal Doulton Art Nouveau stoneware vases mounted as lamps. Exterior glazed in a blue grey ground with raised stylized floral decorat...
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1890s English Art Nouveau Antique Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery

Signed Art Deco Sung Ware Flambe Vase from Royal Doulton
By Fred Moore, Charles Noke, Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A signed Sung Ware art pottery vase from Royal Doulton of England dating to the Art Deco period, circa 1930-1940. The high-fired and glossy ornamental Flambe glaze consists of a deep...
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery, Earthenware

Blue Royal Doulton and J.H. Middleton & Co Delphine Teacup and Saucer Set of 2
By Royal Doulton
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
A set of two Royal Doulton China teacups and saucers. Glazed in a textured serpent texture around the rim, the saucers are decorated with fine hand...
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20th Century English Victorian Royal Doulton Furniture

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Gold

Ruskin High-Fired Lidded Vase
By Royal Doulton
Located in Chipping Campden, GB
5359 Ruskin high-fired lidded vase in the Chinese taste decorated with a speckled Sand De Boeuf and curtained glaze. Measures: 29cm high, 9cm wide Dated 19...
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1920s Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Earthenware

Signed Fred Moore Art Deco Doulton Vase with Flambe Glaze in Red and Gold
By Fred Moore, Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An English Royal Doulton Flambe vase signed by Frederick Moore, circa 1920s-early 1930s. The tall art pottery vase from the Art Deco period is deco...
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20th Century British Art Deco Royal Doulton Furniture

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Earthenware, Ceramic, Pottery

Sung Ware Flambe Vase Signed by Noke and Moore for Royal Doulton
By Charles Noke, Fred Moore, Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A signed Sung Ware art pottery vase from Royal Doulton of England dating to the Art Deco period, circa 1930-1940. The high-fired glossy Flambe glaze consists of a deep, rich red in c...
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Royal Doulton Furniture

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Pottery, Earthenware, Ceramic

Beautiful Set of 12 Early 20th Century English Royal Doulton Plates
By Royal Doulton
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful set of 12 early 20th century English Royal Doulton plates. Finely decorated with raised gold. Stamped Royal Doulton England on th...
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Early 20th Century English Belle Époque Royal Doulton Furniture

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Porcelain

Royal Doulton Ewer by Bessie Newbery
By Royal Doulton
Located in East Geelong, VIC
This Royal Doulton ewer was decorated by Bessie Newbery, who started at Doulton Lambeth in 1882 and retired in 1924. During her 42 years at Doulton she was an assistant to many of the great Doulton artists such as George Tinworth, Eliza Simmance...
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1910s English Edwardian Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

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Earthenware

Antique Noke Sung Ware Signed Royal Doulton Tall Flambe Vase
By Royal Doulton
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This antique vase was made by the well known Royal Doulton factory of England in approximately 1920 in their period Art Deco style. This tall vase was designed and crafted by artist ...
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Early 20th Century English Art Deco Royal Doulton Furniture

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Pottery

20th Century Vintage English Royal Doulton Lambeth Ceramic Vase
By Royal Doulton
Located in Sofia, BG
A rare and stunning Doulton Lambeth Art Nouveau vase decorated in floral theme in light blue and green. The vase has Royal Doulton Lambeth marks ...
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Early 20th Century British Royal Doulton Furniture

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Ceramic

Doulton Chess Piece
By Royal Doulton
Located in Chipping Campden, GB
5133 George Tinworth for Doulton. Rare black king chess piece modelled as a Mouse Small glaze frits to base. Dimensions 11cm high Complim...
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Early 20th Century British Arts and Crafts Royal Doulton Furniture

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Earthenware

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Royal Doulton Kingsware Lemonade Jug with Golf Scene
By Royal Doulton
Located in Oxfordshire, GB
Royal Doulton Kingsware Lemonade jug. A Royal Doulton "Airbrush Brown" Kingsware lemonade jug with a golf scene by Charles Crombie in relief. ...
Category

1930s English Sporting Art Vintage Royal Doulton Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Royal Doulton furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Royal Doulton furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Royal Doulton furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Royal Doulton were created in the Art Deco style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Moorcroft Pottery, Walker & Hall, and Mappin & Webb. Prices for Royal Doulton furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $49 and can go as high as $17,500, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $750.
Questions About Royal Doulton Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Royal Doulton pottery is prized among collectors as one of the oldest still-operating manufacturers of fine art pottery in Britain. Founded in 1815, it gained the ‘Royal’ moniker in 1901. Shop a collection of expertly-vetted Royal Doulton wares on 1stDibs from some of the world’s top sellers.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Royal Doulton as a brand still exists but it has been rolled into many other brands and buyouts over the years. As of 2015, it was acquired by the Fiskars Corporation along with Waterford, Wedgwood and Royal Albert. Shop a range of antique and vintage Royal Doulton on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Doulton is the same as Royal Doulton. The ceramic and home accessories manufacturer was granted the right to use ‘Royal’ in its name by King Edward VII in 1901. You can shop a range of antique and vintage Royal Doulton pieces on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Royal Doulton Flambe is a type of glassware produced by the English manufacturer Royal Doulton. Its name comes from the fact that its copper oxide glaze gives the glass a dark flame-red finish. Flambe glassware debuted in 1904. You'll find a collection of Royal Doulton Flambe decorative objects on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Royal Doulton is still in business. Royal Doulton has been a part of the Fiskars Corporation that also oversees other European pottery and porcelain brands, such as Wedgwood and Royal Albert. Shop a variety of porcelain collectibles, including Royal Doulton, on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, some Royal Doulton pieces are still made in England, however, the majority of their pieces are made in Indonesia. Higher-quality and more meticulously designed pieces are still crafted in England. Shop a selection of Royal Doulton pieces for some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.

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