Dating royal doulton bunnykins marks
Hoy’s design studio and the Lambeth works closed in 1956.
The Lambeth stoneware is exceptionally diverse and highly collectible.
The products of the Doulton businesses were vast, exceptionally diverse, and are widely collected.
The major wares are listed below, and in most cases there are specialist publications dealing with each group. began the manufacture of domestic and ornamental salt glazed stoneware that later became known as ' Doulton Ware'.
Holbein Ware (1895) and Rembrandt Ware (1898) were two of Noke’s first Doulton-Burslem productions, Hyperion Ware and Lactolian Ware, decorated in Art Nouveau style followed in c.1900.
Noke’s experimentation with glazes and decorating techniques led to Rouge Flambe (1904), Crystalline Ware (c.1910), Titanium Ware (c.1915), Sung Ware (c.1920) and Chang Ware (c.1925).
These Burslem art wares were probably never profitable lines for the factory, but, like the Lambeth stoneware, they build Doulton’s reputation as being at the forefront of the British pottery industry.
Beatrix Potter figurines were isssued with a number of different backstamps that indicate their rarity and the date they were issued.
The following Beatrix Potter backstamps represent those on figurines for sale on this website and are not a complete list of those issued by Royal Doulton.
Some of the most popular are those based on characters from Shakespeare and Dickens, however, there are also series which depict places, historical events, recreational activities etc.