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Royal Doulton Flambe, Sung and Chang | desirable colourful mistakes

Royal Doulton Flambe, Sung and Chang | desirable colourful mistakes

At the turn of the 20th century, Royal Doulton’s Art Director John Slater and Charles J. Noke set out to recreate the mystery of flambe glazes for Royal Doulton. By 1900 only a few pieces had been successfully produced by Royal Doulton, as the firm struggled to consistently produce the desired effect.
  • Robert Neilsen
Royal Doulton figures and figurines | the masterful Leslie Harradine

Royal Doulton figures and figurines | the masterful Leslie Harradine

When one looks at pre 1960s antique or vintage Royal Doulton figurines and marvels at the superb attention to detail typified by characteristic rosy cheeks, finely detailed facial features, often a flounced dress and a bonnet or perhaps even a very risque pose in various states of undress - it is almost certain that these pieces were the design of one man, Royal Doulton's Leslie Harradine
  • Robert Neilsen
Modern Moorcroft Impressed Marks | Year Cyphers

Modern Moorcroft Impressed Marks | Year Cyphers

Moorcroft Pottery England has been producing pottery since 1913.

The Moorcroft Pottery works introduced small, impressed year cyphers into the base of their pottery in 1990 and as a result, collectors can use these symbols to identify the year each piece of Moorcroft pottery was made. 
  • Robert Neilsen
Modern Moorcroft Pottery History | Artists Names & Design Studio

Modern Moorcroft Pottery History | Artists Names & Design Studio

Moorcroft Pottery is still loyal to its founder, and is still made in England at W Moorcroft Ltd, Sandbach Road, Burslem, Stoke on Trent, England.

Today, the Moorcroft Design Studio comprises world-class ceramic designers who have moved design forward to the centre of the International stage in the theatre of the applied arts.
  • Robert Neilsen