Under Charles Noke, it successfully moved into the market for Character Jugs too.
What's more, it had established Bunnykins as nurseryware in 1934, moving into collectable figurines by 1939. In 1960 it introduced a new product - English Translucent China (ETC), which is now better known as Royal Doulton Fine China.
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The ideas and inspiration of key individuals like John Slater and Charles J Noke built its reputation in figurines, vases, and decorative pieces. But the Doulton name for fashion and functionality was spreading apace.
The Doulton name caught the attention of the royal family itself.
During 1901 the Burslem factory was granted the Royal warrant by the new king, Edward VII.
Now the business could adopt a bold new logo - the British lion - and a classic brand name - Royal Doulton.From the twentieth century onwards, the pedigree of the Lambeth and Burslem Studios has been followed through with the work of key individuals such as Peggy Davies, Alan Maslankoswki, and Robert Tabbenor, to name but a few.It also has a Design Studio based in Stoke-on-Trent, and a state-of-the-art production facility based in Indonesia.It was a success story that would go on to be made in Stoke-on-Trent.In 1877 Henry purchased a major shareholding in the factory of Pinder, Bourne and Co at Nile Street in Burslem, Staffordshire - a facility that handled tableware as well as ornaments and earthenwares. The business introduced new techniques and produced bone china from 1884.This Bunnykins silver giftware collection of silver-plated gift items marks the 80th anniversary of the iconic Bunnykins range and has been designed as the perfect gift for births and christenings.