While Royal Worcester, or for the purists Worcester Royal Porcelain Company is renowned for its handpainted and blush wares, in the 1870s James Hadley produced a great number and variety of Worcester models.

With a production period interrupted by the First War, and the work of Frederick M. Gertner,  Royal Worcesters most successful modellers in later decades include Stella Crofts, Dorothy and Freda Doughty, Doris Linder, Gwendolen Parnell, Agnes Pinder Davis, Ronald and Ruth Van Ruyckevelt, Eva Soper and Pheobe Stabler.

In general, mainly puce marks were used between 1900 and 1940, and from 1941 to the present black backstamps have been used exclusively.

Royal Worcester Figures

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