Royal Doulton Burslem Art Pottery

Sir Henry Doulton established an art studio in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent in the 1880s, specializing in fine bone china vases and figurines.  Under the leadership of art directors, John Slater and Charles J. Noke, the Royal Doulton studio attracted the most celebrated artists in the Potteries, including Edward Raby, David Dewsberry, Percy Curnock and Harry Allen. Royal patronage culminated in the bestowal of the royal warrant in 1901 and the privilege of the name Royal Doulton. New styles of decoration became popular in the early 1900s, including Flambé, Titanian and Kingsware. With their new Burslem art wares, Royal Doulton won the lion share of awards at international exhibitions around the world, beginning with Chicago in 1893. Pascoe & Company stocks an outstanding collection of Burslem Art Pottery for connoisseurs.

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