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In the circle there four W’s and the number Around the circle it says Royal Worcester Bone China and underneath the circle it says Made in England with a W on the top and two dots on each side. Very useful when trying to identify items! I have already published details of how to date your Royal Worcester pottery marks here:- How to Date Royal Worcester Pottery Marks If you have any problems, please let me know. If you want to properly identify your collection, you could always check out the following link: www. My service is unique online and is designed to protect my site visitors from wasting their time and money online.

Porcelain figurine – Royal Worcester

The high quality pottery and porcelain figures produced there are now generally referred to by the abbreviated name, “Royal Dux. Ownership of the business changed frequently over the last years. Bohemia became part of Czechoslovakia which was in turn controlled first by Germany then the Soviet Union. In , even the national name was changed to Czech Republic.

Royal Worcester Factory Marks – Worcester Porcelain Museum the last two figures of the date, e.g. 75 for , printed below the. standard mark.

The third edition has been completely revised with all prices updated to reflect the current market for the coming year. During and the Charlton Press published two Royal Worcester price guides, Figurines and Animals , to serve the Worcester collector, believing they represented two different collecting venues. However, two catalogues proved unnecessary, this move simply increased the cost, inconvienced the collector, and the solution was obvious, publish one catalogue for all Royal Worcester figures.

All Royal Worcester Figures from to date, have been amalgamated into one volume. The third edition is pages of Royal Worcester Figures listed in RW numerical order, the complete figurine and animal range. Also included with this revised edition are 32 pages of colour illustrations showing figures from the past years. An alphabetical index is included for collector cross referencing between RW number and figurine name. Naturally, all information carried in the previous catalogues has been brought forward, designer, size, colourways, dates of issue and discontinuation, varieties and pricing are all updated for the current market place, which a collector or dealer will need for With the rebirth of the famous Worcester Candle Snuffers in we have taken the liberty of adding the new Connoisseur Collection to the figurine catalogue.

Over fifty snuffers issued between and are listed and priced.

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There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. Box of teacups and saucers, coffee cans and saucers, to include Crown Devon, Royal Worcester, Cauldon, etc. The elaborate outer cover restored. The two other figures in good condition; no restoration detected.

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Royal Dux: Dating 150 years of Porcelain

The Royal Worcester standard printed factory mark includes the number 51 in the centre which refers to the year when the Worcester Porcelain Company was founded by Dr. John Wall. Early standard marks show the crown slightly above or perched on backstamp circle and from the crown sits down onto the circle. The mark can appear in any colour. In with the restructuring of the Royal Worcester company and the introduction of a new factory mark came royal first of the figurines Worcester date coding sequences.

With the establishment of the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company in , the company gradually gained recognition for its Japanese-inspired designs, Figurine of Japanese man, Worcester factory (British, –), Bone Date:

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A group of Royal Worcester figures. The two side figures are free-standing figurines, the middle one is a Pepper Pot – you can just see the perforated holes in his head. They were designed by Frederick Gertner in , and issued with the Worcester Model number These three pictured were all made and date marked in A more natural coloured Bonzo, officially described as Puce and Pink. This figurine is probably one of my personal favourites of all the Bonzo memorabilia. Date code for Two views of the base showing the Royal Worcester mark and date code, and how they incorporated cute little paw prints on the underside of the paws.

Bonzo was produced by Royal Doulton in bone china over the period of to of course there were very few done during WWII. They were produced in 4 styles with different coloring and shapes. The Bonzos were designed by Charles Noke, the Art Director of Royal Doulton at the time, and it is believed that they were favorites of his. Style one, Bonzo lying down, was produced as HN between and colored in cream with brown spots.

Royal Worcester Marks

Royal Worcester Factory Marks. The Worcester Royal Porcelain Co. Over the years factory. Crownware Porcelain s Porcelain Lab ware s — 70s.

List of Royal Doulton figurines. The Royal Worcester standard printed factory mark includes the number 51 in the centre which refers to the year when the.

Royal Worcester Marks were first placed on pottery and porcelain in but it was before it became common place. In the late s Worcester were among the first to use the Bute shape for teabowls, tea cups and coffee cups. The presence of the crescent mark dates these items to the Dr Wall period and they are all very similar in shape, size and decoration to those made in the same period by Caughley. See our early worcester for sale section for examples of sparrow beak jugs, Bute cups and Dr Wall period pieces.

The Royal Worcester standard printed factory mark includes the number 51 in the centre which refers to the year when the Worcester Porcelain Company was founded by Dr. John Wall. Early standard marks show the crown slightly above or perched on the circle and from the crown sits down onto the circle.

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Just wondered if you could help. There are no dots. The pattern is gold rimmed, flowers but not in colour, monochrome only, quite plain in shape. From the info you supplied, my guess is your Royal Worcester coffee service dates from the to production era, as in these years there were marks with ‘R’ which may not have had dots added for the years.

Here’s some info which will help everyone with their Royal Worcester backstamp dating: Puce marks date from to to present: black backstamps Note: Green marks used for: Boer War Soldiers First World War Soldiers Blue marks used for: limited series only Red marks: Very few.

Relatively rare back stamp for this figurine with dots dating it to , towards the very last year that Royal Worcester used the dot date coding system and.

The Worcester Porcelain Factory was founded in by Dr John Wall, Royal Worcester marks incorporating a crown above a circle were first introduced in and combined the number 51 within the circle signifying the year Dr Wall founded the original company. Date codes or marks were nearly always used alongside the standard mark up until when a different format of back-stamp was introduced.

The more modern items, from the late 60’s onwards, mostly used black or gold back-stamps. Two early Royal Worcester marks one in puce with date code a for and one in green with date letter V for In Royal Worcester introduced the words ‘Royal Worcester England’ beneath the standard Worcester mark with the addition of a dot to the left of the crown in , followed by a further dot to the right of the crown in , and this continued until with a total of twelve dots, six either side of the crown.

In further dots one for each additional year were added beneath the words ‘Royal Worcester England’, until with a total of 24 dots, six dots either side of the crown and twelve beneath the words ‘Royal Worcester England’. Royal Worcester date marks circa , one with two dots for , one with 12 dotes for and one with 14 dots for The method of using an additional dot for each year was becoming rather cumbersome, so in a small star was used below the standard mark with the addition of a dot for each preceding year.

This method was used until when there were eleven dots arranged around the single small star. From Royal Worcester introduced a different shape as the date code for each preceding year, until , when they started the method of adding an additional dot for each year. This method continued until when there were nine dots arranged around three interlinked circles.

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