It was in 1853 that the company took the name Doulton.John Doulton and his son Henry established themselves as makers of fine English stoneware and though stoneware only allowed for a limited range of colours, they were able to produce a wide variety of items for the luxury market.During the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901) a revolution occurred in personal sanitation and doulton’s lead in domestic and industrial stoneware helped make it Britain’s top manufacturer of sanitary ware.It also set the firm as a key player in the field of artistic pottery.
Three of its brands were Royal Doulton, Royal Albert and Mintons.The Royal Copenhagen trademarks shown below were used on porcelain and fine china with blue under glazed decorations. Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates, figurines and some porcelain sets.From 1775 the wavy lines were painted by hand, but in the 1870's Royal Copenhagen began to stamp and glaze the trademark.Pascoe & Company specializes in Royal Doulton antiques and collectibles.We offer Royal Doulton wares dating back to 1815 when John Doulton founded the company.If you want to do a quick search, press CTRL on your keyboard, followed by "F".(Apple F for Macs) A box will pop up and you can enter the search term.The third Lladro mark was changed to a blue backstamp which featured the now famous Lladro bellflower. The missing accent over the letter "o" was intentional.Your online reference for Royal Doulton Ceramics and Doulton Marks.The business specialised in making stoneware articles, including decorative bottles and salt glaze sewer pipes. The first to be engaged was George Tinworth followed by artists such as the Barlow family (Florence, Hannah, and Arthur), Frank Butler, Mark Marshall and Eliza Simmance.In 1882, Doulton purchased the small factory of Pinder, Bourne & Co, at Nile Street in Burslem, Staffordshire, which placed Doulton in the region known as The Potteries. Alban's Church was built in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1887 with Alexandra, Princess of Wales as one of the driving forces, Doulton donated and manufactured an altarpiece, a pulpit and a font.The Royal Doulton company began as a partnership between John Doulton, Martha Jones, and John Watts, with a factory at Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, London trading as Jones, Watts & Doulton in 1815.After Martha Jones left the partnership in 1820, the trade name was changed to Doulton & Watts. By 1871, Henry Doulton, John's son, launched a studio at the Lambeth pottery, and offered work to designers and artists from the nearby Lambeth School of Art.If you are looking for Lladro, for example, type that in the box and it will bring you to the spot on the page.