Click & Collect. Achat immédiat +14,16 EUR (livraison) Lot de 6 petites assiettes à dessert Royal Doulton BON ETAT D'OCCASION. Lewis accepted the royal seal of approval bestowed upon the family business, by King Edward VII in 1901. So much in fact, that in 1846 Henry Doulton was able to establish a separate factory adjacent to his fathers business. La Chaire, un retable et des fonts baptismaux de l'église Saint-Alban de Copenhague, au Danemark, est un don fabriqué par Doulton en 1887. Please contact MAAS Rights and Permissions for information regarding reproduction, copyright and fees. The largest and most expensive figure released by Royal Doulton cost upwards of £14,000. Royal Doulton stoneware teapot Made by Doulton & Co (Lambeth works) in Greater London , England , United Kingdom , Europe , c 1850. Henry also launched the Lambeth Studio with local designers and artists. Love a great deal. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program, This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. La compagnie Royal Doulton a été créée en 1815 sous la forme d'un partenariat entre John Doulton, Martha Jones et John Watts, avec une usine à Vauxhall-Walk, Lambeth, Londres. Each of these figurines have no less then 160 hours of hand painted craftsmanship. With the financial backing of his family, Henry started the Henry Doulton & Co. and lead the way for both companies to become world-class experts in the field of pottery and ceramic production. Dinnerware Replacements. Jar with lid, 'Taddy & Co', saltglazed, stoneware / rubber / organic material, made by Doulton & Co, Lambeth, London, England, 1850-1889 Physical Description Early Doulton stoneware jar, incised inscription in capital letters: Taddy & Co., Manufacturers of tobacco, snuff and segars, Minories, London. Domestic and Ornamental Stoneware and China, By 1909, Eric was appointed to the Board as a Director, By 1918, he was appointed Managing Director, Where he remained Chairman until his death in 1955, 1913 – Royal Doulton launched its definitive HN series of Pretty Lady Figurines, 1934 – Royal Doulton released their first Toby Jug design, 1935 – Royal Doulton released the Bunnykins and nurserywares, 1939 – saw the introduction of collectable figurines, 1952 – at the end of the war the artist and potter, Agnete Hoy, joined the company. Winning bid: US $7.73 [ 3 bids] Shipping: $5.00 Expedited Shipping | See details . The prospect of employment meant that many of the graduates not only went on to work for Doulton & Co. Inscrivez-vous à notre newsletter et recevez une réduction de 5€ !*. 1968 – Royal Doulton acquire Minton Ltd and Dunn Bennett & Co. 1969 – Royal Doulton acquires the Webb Corbett Ltd and John Beswick Ltd, 1971 – The Lambeth headquarters of Doulton & Co. Ltd are closed down, 1971 – S. Pearson & Son Ltd acquires Royal Doulton and merges them with Allied English Potteries Ltd, 1973 – Royal Doulton Tableware Ltd becomes custodian of the tableware and giftware assets of Royal Doulton and S.Pearson & Son Ltd, 1974 – Doulton introduced Lambeth Stoneware, as part of their casual tableware, oven and freezer proof stoneware range, 1976 – The Lambeth buildings are demolished, 1980 – The popularity of their figurines, leads to the creation of the Royal Doulton International Collectors Club (RDICC), 1993 – Royal Doulton was floated on the London Stock Exchange, 1996 – Royal Doulton bought Caithness Glass. £65.00. Especially the items produced by the students at the Lambeth School of Arts. With no children of his own Lewis approached his nephew Eric Hooper, a trained lawyer, in the hopes that he would join the family business and maintain the family connection.