The company still produces art pottery along with its bread-and-butter lines of china tableware and decorated figures.Royal Doulton produced tableware and collectibles starting in 1815, originally operating in London.
Founded in 1815 by John Doulton and John Watts, Doulton & Co.
has long been known for its fine dinnerware, figurines, and art pottery.
When John Watts retired in 1853, John and Henry Doulton joined forces and became Doulton & Co.
The production of art pottery started around the end of the 1860s and grew considerably during the next two decades.
Doulton and Company of England was founded in 1853.
Pieces made before 1902 are listed in this book under Doulton.
Doulton Lambeth Good Quality and Excellent Shaped Jug with Stopper, with Tube lined and Applied Decoration, Would Date to The 1880's. Real Leaves were Pressed Into The Still Soft Clay and Then Carefully Removed Leaving a Faithful Impression of Even The Smallest Digitations and Veins was Delicately A Small Collection of 19th Century Doulton Lambeth Jugs and Vases ( 4 ) Four In Total. 1/ Wine Jug Decorated with Applied Decoration In the Form of Stylish Swags, Flowers and Foliage, Also Having Roundel's Depicting Greek Doulton Lambeth Stone Ware Motto Jug / Pitcher with Applied Decoration and Verse to Body of Jug.
Condition - Jug Is Mint / Excellent, But Doulton Lambeth Natural Foliage Ware Vase, Produced on a Large Scale Up to 1915. Doulton Lambeth Stone Ware Signed Jugs with Tube lined and Applied Decoration to Body's of Jugs ( 2 ) Two In Total.
Blue Doulton vase Blue Doulton vase (mark) Doulton bowl Doulton bowl (mark) Doulton cheese jar Doulton cheese jar (mark) Doulton Edward VII jug Doulton Edward VII jug (mark) Doulton faience vase Doulton faience vase (mark) Doulton planter Doulton planter (mark) Doulton plaque Doulton plaque (mark) Doulton pot by Agnete Hoy Doulton pot by Agnete Hoy (mark) Doulton spill vase Doulton spill vase (mark) Doulton stoneware bowl Doulton stoneware bowl (marks) Doulton stoneware handled pot Doulton stoneware handled pot (base) Doulton Tobacco jar Doulton Tobacco jar (mark) Miniature Doulton bottle Miniature Doulton bottle (mark) Miniature Doulton stoneware bottle Miniature Doulton stoneware bottle (base) Ornate Doulton vase Ornate Doulton vase (base) Pair of blue Doulton jugs Pair of blue Doulton jugs (mark) Silicon vase Silicon vase (mark) John Doulton and John Watts set up Doulton & Watts in Lambeth, South London, in 1815 producing saltglazed stoneware.