Wares made after 1920 were marked with a lion with or without a crown accompanying the lion over a circular Royal Doulton mark. Many companies would change their back stamp to help cut down on reproduction and to help date items. Please study the photos as these help to form part of the description. Doulton's high quality The three main ingredients for Royal Doulton wares include cornish stone, china clay, and calcined bone ash. Ask the vendor if he would like to look at your Bunnykins piece and if he would be interested in purchasing the piece. The company made further acquisitions in the 1990s but sales were stagnant and in 1997 the company was forced to restructure, cutting its workforce and range of products.
Robert Allen handpainted wares were never produced in large quantities and many were never repeated. Harry Nixon was an artist in charge of painting the figures. The first line consisted of only six designs. When Royal Doulton took over the Beswick factory in 1969, they acquired the modelling talents of Mr Albert Hallam who had previously worked on the similarly highly collectable Beswick Beatrix Potter figures. In 2005 a Bunnykins figurine honoring Barbara Vernon was produced.
There are a few hints when determining the age of a piece, the backstamp, the shape and colour. This site is a price guide to antiques and collectables, and the items displayed are not being offered for sale, as all items displayed on the site have been previously sold. It has the 1937-53 from above stamp on back and is in really good condition Hiya, What would be the value of a Bunnykins cup and plate featuring the 1934-37 Royal Doulton Logo + the 1937-53 Lion Coloured brown logo both on them with what apears to be a brush painted 20 in black on the bottom. Used on plain brown and cream glazed stoneware and occasional faience ware. The beginnings of Royal Doulton Royal Doulton figurines have a longstanding place in the collectibles market and their story is one that starts with sewage pipes. Some of the Limited Edition figures have seen price rises of over 1000% in a very short time and with many of the figures in short supply and high demand, there is no reason for this collectables success not to continue unabated.
Set your starting price slightly below the average price for the piece on the site. Korin, thanks for your reply. Ask the owner if she would like to purchase the piece from you or place it for sale on a consignment basis. From 1928 to 1954, a small number was placed to the right of the crown's on all items made between those years. Doulton Marks Royal Doulton Marks, base marks, pattern codes and trade marks.
The pattern or design would typically not change but the backstamp would as the company changed the design of the stamp. These pieces are also noticeable by the change in colour, as the bone china is more white compared to the cream colour of earthenware. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card in Australian dollars. Bunnykins figurines were first made by Royal Doulton in 1939. In 1882, the company became Doulton and Company, Ltd. Take the Bunnykins piece to several different shops and buyers and see who will offer you the best price for the piece.
You can sort by any title. Occasionally found between 1903 and 1915 together with standard print mark. Anyway the trade mark on the back has a copyright date of 1954 and the picture inside the porridge bowl is of the bunnykins getting their picture taken I noticed that other bunnykin peices have titles, could you let me know what the name of this one is and what i might get for it at auction. He initially had two partners, Martha Jones and John Watts, the former of who left the company in 1820, and the latter in 1854. This backstamp was used from 1954-1958. List the Bunnykins piece on an online auction site. After John Watts retired from the company, John Doulton began experimenting with a more decorative pottery line.
Sometimes signed by Charles Noke and with artists monogram underneath the standard mark as left. Royal Doulton collectors search for the out-of-production figurines, character jugs, vases, and series wares. From 1858 until his death, John Doulton directed Doulton and Watts Pottery in Lambeth, England. Many glazes and decorative effects were developed including faience, impasto, silicon, carrara, marqueterie, chine, and rouge flambe. Royal Doulton Value Guide specializes in the pricing for Royal Doulton figurines. Printed mark which appears on early Flambe wares, particularly smaller items.
For instance, the Gibson Girl series--drawn by artist Charles Dana Gibson--by Royal Doulton was introduced in 1901 plates. Royal Doulton is the name used on Doulton and Company pottery made from 1902 to the present. Special Doulton Marks Throughout their history Royal Doulton introduced various special marks relating to specific collections or specific ranges of wares. The bowl can be a genuine bunnykins bowl without having the stamp. Plus, a secret that only Dr. List all flaws in the piece to prevent a buyer from complaining the sale was not what was expected. The Robin Hood series by Royal Doulton was introduced in 1914 based on the famous tale of the hero and his merry men.