Royal Doulton

Royal Doulton is a British company that produces fine quality china, figurines, and collectibles.

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Royal Doulton is an English tableware and collectibles manufacturer founded in 1815 by John Doulton. The company originally produced stoneware and was one of the first to introduce transfer printing to its ceramics. The company has produced a variety of tableware, figurines, and collectibles, including the popular Bunnykins line, since its founding.

In terms of design aesthetics, Royal Doulton has had collaborations with various designers and artists over the years, resulting in a wide range of styles and designs. Some notable collaborations include the Art Nouveau designs of Charles Noke in the early 20th century, and the more recent partnership with designer Gordon Ramsay for a line of contemporary tableware.

Today, Royal Doulton’s product range includes a variety of tableware, crystal, and collectables. They offer everything from classic bone china dinnerware to modern, contemporary designs. The brand is known for its high-quality, durable products, which are often collected by enthusiasts and passed down through generations.

Shipping information varies depending on the region and country, but Royal Doulton has an online store where customers can purchase their products and view shipping information specific to their location. The company also has physical retail locations in select countries, such as the United States and the United Kingdom.