Royal Doulton

All About Royal Doulton China

Brand: Royal Doulton Country HQ: England Year Founded: 1815 

Company Status: Active Founded By: John Doulton

Makers of: China

Description: The Royal Doulton company was the result of a partnership between three people: John Watts, Martha Jones, and John Doulton. They opened a factory in London in 1815 and traded as Jones, Watts, & Doulton. Shortly after, Jones exited the company five years later, and the name changed to Doulton & Watts. During this time, the company primarily manufactured stoneware. After Watts' retirement in 1953, the trade name once again changed, this time to Doulton & Co. Doulton's son Henry also joined the business, launching a studio at the Lembeth pottery for artists. With Henry onboard and an A-list roster of artists decorating their china, Doulton began to rise in popularity after donating a font, pulpit, and altarpiece to the Anglican St. Alban's Church in Copenhagen. In 1901, King Edward VII sold the Doulton factory in Burslem, Staffordshire to the Royal Warrant. Doulton now operated as Royal Doulton, which solidified its place as a leader in the bone china world. Today, Royal Doulton is owned by Fiskars, who acquired the company in 2015.

From single pieces to full sets, we offer dozens of replacement Royal Doulton china patterns to choose from. In our inventory, you'll find very popular options as well as less commonly seen patterns. Maybe you're searching for a replacement for a broken or missing dish or hoping to find a specific pattern to gift to a loved one. Whatever your unique case may be, we can accommodate! In our discontinued Royal Doulton china patterns, you'll find cups, bowls, creamers, coffee pots, platters, and many more beautiful china dishes. Depending on our current selection, you'll also find a variety of 5-piece sets to help complete patterns. If you have a specific pattern in mind and don't see it listed here, check back in with us in a few weeks to a month. We're always updating our inventory with new items found at estate sales and auctions, so we could find the exact items you need. Register your Royal Doulton pattern with us so we can notify you if we obtain pieces from it.

If you have other questions about our selection of Royal Doulton replacement china, please call us at (845) 357-0160 to speak with our knowledgeable sales staff.

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