Signed Michael Doulton Lady Jane Grey Lmt Ed Porcelain China Figurine W/box 3680 For Sale


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Signed Michael Doulton Lady Jane Grey Lmt Ed Porcelain China Figurine w/Box 3680 Item Description
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  • Title: Signed Michael Doulton Lady Jane Grey Lmt Ed Porcelain China Figurine w/Box 3680
  • Description We are now offering for your consideration a CLASSIC signed Royal Doulton lady Jane grey porcelain figurine. The figurine is signed and dated by Michael Doulton himself. Limited edition #1854/5000. We are now offering this figurine to you at a very low starting price and with ! Good luck to all buyers, please review our other sales for more amazing antiques and fine jewelry items.
  • Manufacturer: Royal Doulton
  • Circa date/Period: 1995
  • Size or length in inches: 8 1/8” x 5 ½”
  • Pattern Name – design: Lady Jane Grey
  • Number of pieces: 1
  • Color: Green, brown, red, cream
  • Style: Figurine
  • Condition: Pre-owned: very good to excellent condition, mild estate dust but no chips, cracks or crazing marks
  • Stamping or Factory Markings: Hand made and hand decorated Royal Doulton Lady jane Grey HN 3680 issued in a limited edition of 5000 this is no 1854 © 1995 Royal Doulton
  • Approximate weight of piece: 1.63 lbs
  • Box and papers Has box no papers
  • Provenance n/a
  • Estimated size of packaging 12x12x12
  • History of Company cSir Henry Doulton, the second generation Henry Doulton, the second son of John Doulton joined the firm in 1835 and brought with him new technological innovations to the production of ceramics including a steam driven potters' wheel which put the business ahead of its competition. Production then expanded to include hand-decorated wares.

    In 1878, Sir Henry Doulton purchased Pinder, Bourne and Company of Burslem. Queen Victoria knighted Henry Doulton in 1887 for his innovations in the ceramic art. In 1882, the company became Doulton and Company, Ltd. In 1882, a second factory was built in Burslem which still continues to produce the famous wares. In 1884, Doulton added decorated wares to the other production lines. Doulton figures were made at the Burslem plants from 1890 until 1978. Stoneware production ceased at Lambeth in 1956.

    A Family of Quality Ceramics When John Doulton made a £100 investment in 1815 he made a shrewd move. For he used his life's savings to launch a partnership with Martha Jones and John Watts at a stoneware factory in Lambeth, London. You could say the rest was history. But this was, in fact, making history. Today, Royal Doulton is a world-class brand in quintessential British tableware, collectable figurines, crystal and glass, and giftware too. Yet it had truly down to earth origins. Thanks to stoneware, the business that subsequently focused on the Doulton family name took full advantage of the revolution in sanitation during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901). It established the world's first stoneware pipe factory and went on to become Britain's top Victorian manufacturer of sanitary ware. And it was a great foundation to build on. John worked with his son Henry to develop the business, and their portfolio soon extended to artistic pottery, ultimately embracing ornamental, commemorative, and tableware products. Indeed, Doulton set the pace in new art schools and reaped the rewards at exhibitions. By 1871, Henry had launched the Lambeth Studio with local designers and artists who experimented with a variety of materials and glazes in an industrial setting. Their names included the Barlow family, Frank Butler, Mark Marshall, Eliza Simmance, and George Tinworth. Today their pioneering work commands increasingly high prices. It was a success story that would go on to be made in Stoke-on-Trent. In 1877 Henry purchased a major shareholding in the factory of Pinder, Bourne and Co at Nile Street in Burslem, Staffordshire - a facility that handled tableware as well as ornaments and earthenwares. Studio-based success prompted diversification. The business introduced new techniques and produced bone china from 1884. The ideas and inspiration of key individuals like John Slater and Charles J Noke built its reputation in figurines, vases, and decorative pieces. When Henry died in 1897 he was widely mourned. But the Doulton name for fashion and functionality was spreading apace. In fact, the Doulton name caught the attention of the royal family itself. During 1901 the Burslem factory was granted the Royal warrant by the new king, Edward VII. Now the business could adopt a bold new logo - adding a crown to the British lion - and a classic brand name - Royal Doulton. Between the World Wars, the name Royal Doulton became synonymous with the finest English china across the world. Innovation and inspiration were key to its growth, whether that be flambé ware, titanian ware, or bone china. And it didn't stop there. Royal Doulton had launched its definitive HN Series of Pretty Lady figurines in 1913 and these collectables went from strength to strength. Under Charles Noke, it successfully moved into the market for Character Jugs too. What's more, it had established Bunnykins as nurseryware in 1934, moving into collectable figurines by 1939. Royal Doulton stayed ahead of the field. In 1960 it introduced a new product - English Translucent China (ETC), which is now better known as Royal Doulton Fine China. ETC offered the excellent translucent quality of bone china, without the expense. In 1966 Royal Doulton became the first china manufacturer to receive the Queen's Award for Technical Achievement.



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