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Tag: Doulton Lambeth

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    Starting at $1 - No Reserve Collectibles Auction

    The upcoming No Reserve Collectibles Auction, presented by Whitley’s Auctioneers, will offer almost 600 lots of ceramics and porcelain. Highlighted are character jugs and figurines from Royal Doulton, Doulton Lambeth, and Cybis. Among the featured lots is a Charles George Gordon Royal Doulton jug from 1991. This character jug, commissioned by…

    ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUG, WINSTON CHURCHILL D6907
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    Spring Discovery Sale, Day 1

    The first session of the Spring Discovery Sale, presented by Whitley’s Auctioneers, will feature two lidded Wedgwood vases from the 1920s. These Art Nouveau pieces come from the company’s Fairyland Lustre series, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones. Patterned with bold colors and dancing fairies, these pieces have been professionally restored and…

    2 WEDGWOOD FAIRYLAND LUSTRE LIDDED VASES, PATTERN
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    Home and Interiors Auction, Day 1 011820

    The popularity of Royal Doulton figurines has sustained the stoneware company, a change from its start as a manufacturer of drain and water pipes. With various innovations and experiments with different mediums, Doulton’s artistic pottery was most popular after 1913, particularly for its HN series of Pretty Lady figurines.  The…

    4 ROYAL DOULTON KATE GREENAWAY COLLECTION FIGURES, BASE
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    Home and Interiors Auction Day 2, 121919

    The first location of Doulton Pottery was along the River Thames in Lambeth, London. The company would eventually grow to include a site in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent before King Edward VII awarded Doulton the right to add “Royal” before its name. In 1934, Doulton revived their character jugs by incorporating whimsical…

    Home Intereriors Auction Day 2 Whitley's Auctioneers