Dating royal worcester bone china
The Limited Editions designed and modelled by Miss Lindner reached the height of popularity in the1960's.Based in the Cotswolds, she worked untiringly until she was over 80 years old.Although manufacturing methods have changed very little since the eighteenth century, semi automation for most of these processes has taken over.
Here painters added enamel colours by hand to printed patterns.
It was during this period that new modellers were brought in, many of them freelance artists, and from then on Worcester porcelain saw a revival to it's heydays of the eighteenth century.
A guide to dating Worcester Marks on pottery and porcelain including date codes and dates for the infamous Royal Worcester porcelain dot mark sequence.… continue reading »
How to Date Royal Worcester Pottery Marks query- We have a Royal Worcester bone china set that has the following markings It has the Royal Worcester.… continue reading »
A beginners guide detailing the history of Royal Worcester Porcelain, how china is made, base marks used to date items and the artists who worked for the can. The factory continued producing mainly tableware during the nineteenth century and a few figurines were introduced, mostly by James Hadley. By the.… continue reading »
The Worcester Royal Porcelain Co Ltd was formed in 1862. Over the years factory marking of pieces has evolved and although marks vary from impressed and hand written to printed emblems, the majority of bone china produced was marked in the way described below. The standard printed factory mark, included the.… continue reading »