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Series Ware Tea Shapes 

What must be remembered are the various series that where applied to embossed shapes often do not have shape names, such series include Famous Ships and Moorish Gateway, when I can identify shape numbers I will. What won’t be included in this category are jugs larger than creamers, (see the jugs category) and cake plates (see plate & bowl category). I will attempt to identify the shape name and the range of sizes each shape comes in.

Teapots Earthen Ware

Athens Teapot

Royal Doulton Gleaners & Gipsies Athens Teapot

Gleaners & Gipsies Athens Teapot

Sizes

25.5 cm (10") edge of handle to lip of spout, 11.5 cm (4.5") tall

 

 

Ball Teapot

Royal Doulton Floral Pattern A Ball Shaped Teapot on Trivet

 

Royal Doulton Ball Teapot on Trivet 

Floral Pattern A Ball Teapot; pattern D2225; era 1905 to 1915

Please Note: This teapot and trivet obviously came as a set, but as these trivets suit more than one shape of teapot I have named this shape Trivet "Shape B"

Sizes

Size 30: 4 cup teapot: 21 cm (8.25") edge of handle to lip of spout, 12.5 cm (5") tall 

Size 24: 6 cup teapot: 22.5 cm (9") edge of handle to lip of spout, 12.5 cm (5") tall 

8 cup teapot: 25 cm (10") edge of handle to lip of spout, 17.5 cm (7") tall


 

Breda Teapot

Royal Doulton Ships Breda Teapot

Royal Doulton Ships "A" Breda Teapot; D.2872; era 1907 to 1932

Sizes

4 cup pot: 19 cm (7.75") edge handle to lip of the spout, stands 13 cm (5.2") tall.

 

 

Cleveland Teapot

Royal Doulton Gaffers Cleveland Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Cleveland Teapot

Royal Doulton Gaffers Cleveland Teapot; D4210; era 1921 to 1949

Sizes

Size 30: (4 cup) 22.2 cm (8.75”) lip of the spout to edge of the handle, 16 cm (6.25”) tall.

 

 

Clive Teapot

Royal Doulton Japanese Orb Clive Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Clive Teapot

Royal Doulton Japanese Orbs Clive Teapot; D4223; era 1921 to 1940

 Sizes

Size 36: (2 cup) 19.50 cm (7.75”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 11 cm (4.25”) tall

 Size 30: (4 cup) 22 cm (8.6”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 13 cm (5.12”) tall

 

 

 Corinth Teapot

Royal Doulton Sampler Corinth Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Peter Pan Corinth Teapot

Royal Doulton Sampler (Peter Pan) Corinth Teapot; D.3749; era 1924 to 1936

Sizes

4 cup pot: 20 cm (7.87”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 14.5 cm (5.5”) tall.

6 cup pot: 21 cm (8.5”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 17.5 cm (7”) tall.

 

Corinth Teaset

Royal Doulton dickens Ware Corinth Teaset 

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Corinth Teaset; D2973 (era 1908 to 1931)

 

 

Dame Teapot

Royal Doulton Canterbury Pilgrims Dame Teapot & Trivet

 

Royal Doulton Dame Teapot

Royal Doulton Desert Scene Dame Desert Scene: D3192; era 1909 to 1929

 

Sizes

4 cup teapot: 19 cm (7.5") edge of handle to lip of spout, 13.5 xm (5.25") tall

 

 

Dame Tea Set

 Royal Doulton Canterbury Pilgrims Dame Tea Set 

 Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Dame Tea Set; D2973; era 1908 to 1931

 

 

 Friar Teapot 

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Friar Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Royal Doulton Friar Teapot

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Teapot: D.2973: era 1908 to 1931

 

Sizes

6 cup teapot: 25 cm (10") edge of handle to lip of spout, 15.5 cm (6.15") tall  

 


 

Friar Tea Set

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Friar Tea Set

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Friar Tea Set; D2973 (era 1908 to 1931)

 

 

Heatherlea Tepot

Royal Doulton Pipes of Pan Heatherlea Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Pipes of Pan Heatherlea Teapot

Royal Doulton Pipes of Pan Heatherlea Teapot;D4784 ; era 1928 to 1940

Sizes

 Size comparison between a 2 cup Heatherlea Teapot and a 6 cup Teapot

Size Comparison between Romany 6 cup and a Flower Market 2 cup. 

2 cup teapot: 15 cm (6") edge of handle to lip of spout, 14.5 cm (5.5") tall 

4 cup teapot: 17 cm (6.75") edge of handle to lip of spout, 15 cm (6") tall  

 6 cup teapot: 20 cm (7.85") edge of handle to lip of spout, 17.5 cm (7") tall

 

Image

Royal Doulton Flower Market Heatherlea Tea For Two Teaset

 Please Note: While the creamer and the open sugar bowl are not a Heatherlea shape I have no doubt that they where sold with this teapot. I would sugest that the 2 cup teapots are very rare and that Doulton never made a Heaterlea creamer or a sugaer bowl in this size , so this shape was used.

 

 

Herrick Teapot

Royal Doulton Woodland Herrick Teapot  

Royal Doulton Woodland Herrick Teapot

 

 

 

Sizes

2 Cup: 15.5 cm (6.1") edge of handle to lip of spout, 12.5 cm (5") tall

 

 

 

Joan Teapot

Royal Doulton County Garden Joan Teapot

Royal Doulton Country Garden Joan Teapot; D.5429; era 1932 to 1942

Royal Doulton Countyside Joan Teapot

Royal Doulton English Cottages Joan Teapot; D.4390; era 1932 to 1942

Sizes

Royal Doulton Joan Teapot size comaprison between a 4 cup & a 6 cup 

Size 36: 2 cup teapot: 17.5 cm (7”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 11.5 cm (4.5”) tall

Size 30: 4 cup teapot: 18 cm (7.25”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 12 cm (4.75”) tall 

Size 24: 6 cup teapot: 21.5 cm (8.2”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 14.5 cm (5.75”) tall 

 8 cup teapot: 23 cm (9”) lip of spout to edge of handle, 15 cm (6”) tall

 

 

Joan Tea Set

Royal Doulton Shakespearean Characters Tea Set 

 Royal Doulton Shakespearean Characters Tea Set; D3746; era 1908 to 1932
 
 
 
 
 

Low Teapot

Royal Doulton Witches Low Teapot

Royal Doulton Witches Low Teapot

era 1906 to 1928

 

Sizes

2 cup teapot: 20 cm (8") edge of handle to lip of spout, 8.6 cm (3.4") tall

 

 

New Empire Teapot

 Royal Doulton English Cotages New Empire Teapot

Royal Doulton English Cottages New Empire Teapot;D.4390; ere 1932 to 1942

 Sizes

4 cup pot: 20 cm (8”) edge of handle to lip of spout & 13.5 cm (5.25”) tall

 

 

Nimrod Teapot

Royal Doulton Gleaners Nimrod Teapot

Royal Doulton Nimrod Teapo

Royal Doulton Gleaners Nimrod Teapot; D3191

  Sizes

 24 cm (9.5”) edge of handle to lip of spout & 10.5 cm (4.25”) tall

 

 

 

Octagon Teapot

Royal Doulton Pansies Octagon Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Pansies Octagon Teapot

Royal Doulton Pansies Octagon Teapot; D.4049; era 1917 to 1930.

4 Sizes

8 cup: 24 cm (9.5") edge of handle to lip of spout, 14.5 cm (5.75") tall.

6 Cup: 23 cm (9.1") edge of handle to lip of spout, 13 cm (5.2") tall.

4 cup: 22 cm (8.6") edge of handle to lip of spout, 12.5 cm (5") tall.

2 cup: 19 cm (8.6") edge of handle to lip of spout, 12.5 cm (5") tall. 

 

 Octagon Tea Set

Royal Doulton Pansies Octagon Tea Set 

Royal Doulton Pansies Octagon Tea Set; D.4049; era 1917 to 1930.

 

 

 

Pepys Teapot

Royal Doulton Romany Pepys Teapot

Royal Doulton Romany Pepys Teapot: D5809; era 1938 to 1940

Royal Doulton Deadwood Crackle Pepys Teapot

Royal Doulton Deadwood Crackle Pepys Teapot; D3399; era 1911 to 1941

Sizes

2 cup teapot: 20.5 cm (8") edge handle to lip of spout & 10.5 cm (4.") tall.

4 cup teapot: 22 cm (8.75") edge handle to lip of spout & 12 cm (4.75") tall.

 

 

Quorn Teapot

Royal Doulton Woodland Quorn Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Woodland Quorn Teapot

Royal Doulton Woodland Quorn Teapot; D.4585; era 1926 to 1932

Sizes

4 cup teapot: 21.5 cm (8.5") edge of handle to lip of spout & 13 cm (5.15") tall

6 cup teapot: 24 cm (9.75") edge of handle to lip of spout & 14.5cm (5.75") tall

 

 

Self Pouring Teapot

My thanks to Debbie of debscornucopia for the use of this photo 

Royal Doulton Willow Pattern Self Pouring Teapot

Royal Doulton Willow Pattern Self Pouring Teapot

Sizes

8 cup teapot: 26.5 cm (10.5") edge of handle to lip of spout & 22 cm (8.75") tall 

 

 

Teapot Shape A

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Teapot Shape A

 Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Teapot Shape A; D2973; era 1908 to 1931

Royal Doulton New Cavaliers Teapot Shape A

 Royal Doulton New Cavaliers Teapot Shape A; D3739; era 1908 to 1931

 

2 cup teapot: 17.5 cm (7") edge of handle to lip of spout  13 (5.15") tall

 

 

Teniers Teapot

 Royal Doulton Jackdaw Of Rheims Teniers Teapot

 Royal Doulton Jacdaw Of Rheims Teniers Teapot: D2532; dated coded November 1906

  Image courtesy of Barb - trade me seller  rusty2222

 4 cup teapot: 21 cm (8") edge of handle to lip of spout  12.5 (5") tall

 

 

Westcott Teapot

Royal Doulton Poppies In Cornfield Westcott Teapot

Royal Doulton Poppies In Cornfield Westcott Teapot; D509; era 1931

 

Royal Doulton Deer Westcott Teapot

Royal Doulton Deer "C" Westcott Teapot; D.4644; era 1932 to 1942

 

Sizes

2cup teapot: 18.5 cm (7.25") edge of handle to lip of spout & 13.5 cm (5.25") tall.

 4 cut teapot: 21.5 cm (8.5") edge of handle to lip of spout & 15 cm (6") tall.

6 cup teapot: 22.5 cm (9") edge of handle to lip of spout & 18.5 cm (7.25") tall

 

 

Windmill Teapot

Royal Doulton Dutch Harlem Windmill Teapot

Royal Doulton Dutch A - Harlem Windmill Teapot: D1886; era 1904 to 1928

Royal Doulton Open Door Windmill Teapot

Royal Doulton Open Door Dutch Windmill Teapot; D3754; era 1914 to 1936

 

Sizes

 4 cut teapot: 19 cm (7.5") edge of handle to lip of spout & 11.5 cm (4.5") tall.

 

 

Famous Ships Teapot

Royal Doulton Famous Ships Teapot

Royal Doulton Famous Ships Cutty Sark Teapot; D.5957; era 1938 to 1942

Sizes

4 cup teapot: 20 cm (8") edge of handle to lip of spout & 16.5 cm (6.5") tall.

 

 

Greenwood Teapot

Royal Doulton Greenwood Teapot

 

Royal Doulton Greenwood Teapot

Royal Doulton Under The Greenwood Tree Teapot; production era 1940 to 1951

Sizes

 6 cup teapot: 24.7 cm (9.75") edge of handle to lip of spout & 16.7 cm (6.6") tall.

I must thank Heather Pitt for my example of this teapot. I have not been able to find any reference to this shape so I have named it "Greenwood Teapot". If you have a look at the lid I believe that the handle is a silhouette  of Robin Hoods hat. I hazard a guess that this pot was a shape produced just for this series.

Does anybody else have an example of this shaped pot in another series? 

 

 

Unnamed Teapot Shapes

Royal Doulton Sir Roger de Coverley Teapot - unamed shape

 Royal Doulton Sir Roger de Coverley Teapot; dated 1937 

Royal Doulton Ploughing Teapot - Unamed Shape

 Royal Doulton Ploughing Teapot; D.5650; era 1936to 1948

 Sizes

4 cup teapot: 18 cm (7”) edge of handle to lip of spout & 14 cm (5.5”) tall

While I do not know the name of this teapot, I have had other examples of this shape in the Fox Hunting A Series. 

 

 

Tea Caddy

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Tea CaddyRoyal Doulton Tea Caddy

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Tea Caddy; D2973 (era 1908 to 1931)

Size

13.5 cm (5.35") tall

While this shape comes along often enough, to see it with its original cover is quite unusual, the cover is lose fitting and not many of these seem to have survived.

 

 

 

Hexagonal Tea Caddy


Royal Doulton Minstrels Hexagonal Tea CaddyRoyal Doulton Hexagonal Tea Caddy

Royal Doulton Minstrels Hexagonal Tea Caddy - D4243 - era 1932 to 1940

 

Size 

22 cm (8.75") tall

 

 

 

New Barton Hot Water Pot

Royal Doulton Zunday Zmocks New Barton Hot Water Pot - D.5680

Royal Doulton Zunday Zmocks New Barton Hot Water Pot - D.5680 - era 1936 to 1950

Royal Doulton Ploughing New Barton Hot Water Pot - D5650

Royal Doulton Ploughing New Barton Hot Water Pot - D5650: era 1936 to 1948

 

 3 Size

Size 36: 15.5 cm (6.2”) tall & 12.5 cm (5”) across the top including handle 
 Size 30: 19 cm (7.5”) tall & 15 cm (6”) across the top including the handle 

Size 24: 21.5 cm (8.5”) tall & 16.5 cm (6.5”) across the top including handle

 

 

Earthen Ware Creamers & Sugar Bowls

 

Clive Sugar Bowl

Royal Doulton Japanese Orbs Clive Teapot

Royal Doulton Japanese Orbs Clive Sugar Bowl 

D4223; production era 1921 to 1940

Size

9.25 cm (3.62") tall

 

 

Corinth Creamer& Sugar Bowl

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Corinth Creamer & Sugar bowl

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Corinth Creamer & Sugar Bowl

D2973 (era 1908 to 1931)

Size

Creamer: 9.5 cm (3.75") tall

Sugar Bowl: 11.5 cm (4.5") tall & 12.5 cm (5") wide 

 

 

Dame Sugar Bowl

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Dame Sugar Bowl 

Royal Doulton Caterbury Pilgrims Dame Sugar Bowl;(era 1908 to 1928)

Size

12cm (4.75") tall

 

 

 Dame Creamer

Royal Doulton Gondoliers Dame Creamer

Roya; Doulton Gondoliers Dame Creamer

Size

8cm (3.12") tall

 

 

Friar Sugar Bowl & Cremer

Royal Doulton Friar Sugar Bowl & Creamer 

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Friar Open Sugar Bowl

Size

7.5 cm (3”) tall & 12.5 cm (5") from edge of handle to lip of spout

 

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Friar Creamer

Size

7.5 cm (3”) tall & 16.5 cm (6.5") including the handles


 
 

Joan Creamer & Sugar Bowl

Royal Doulton Shakespearean Characters Joan Sugar Bowl & Creamer

Royal Doulton Shakesperean Characters Dame Creamer & Sugar Bowl

Size

Creamer: 10.8 cm (4.25") from lip of spout to edge of handle, 7cm (2.75") tall

Sugar Bowl: 9 cm (3.5") tall, 14 cm (5.5") tall
 
 
 
 

Milner Creamer

Royal Doulton Sir Roger de Coverley Milner Creamer

Royal Doulton Sir Roger de Coverley Milner Creame; D5814; date coded 1938

Size

11 cm (4.25") tall

 

 
 

Octagon Creamer & Sugar Bowl

 Royal Doulton Pansies Octagonal Creamer & Sugar Bowl
 Royal Doulton Pansies Octagon Creamer & Sugar Bowl; D.4049; era 1917 to 1930.

Size

 Creamer: 11.5 cm (4.5”) from the lip of the spout to the handles, 6.5 cm (2.5”) tall

 
Sugar Bowl: 9.5 cm (3.75”) tall & 15 cm (6”) across the handles
 
 
 
 
 
 

New Empire Creamer & Sugar Bowl

Royal Doulton Gleaners & Gipsies New Empire Sugar & Creamer 

Royal Doulton Gleaners & Gipsies New Empire Creamer & Sugar Bowl

Size

Creamer: 14 cm (5.5”) from the lip of the spout to the handles, 6.5 cm (2.5”) tall

Sugar: 6 cm (2.4”) tall & 14 cm (5.5”) across the handles

 

 

 

Nimrod Creamer & Open Sugar Bowl

Royal Doulton Gleaners Nimrod Creamer 

Royal Doulton Gleaners Creamer: D3191 

Royal Doulton Athens Nimrod Open Suagr Bowl

Royal Doulton Athens Nimrod Open Sugar Bowl: D3302

Size

  Size 36: 7.3 cm (2.9") tall & 14.7 cm (5.75")across handles

 

 

 

Creamer & Sugar - (shape name unknown I)

 Royal doulton Flower Sellers Creamer & Sugar Bowl - Shape unknown

Royal Doulton Flower Market Creamer & Sugar; D4785

Size

Creamer: 8.2 cm (3.25”) across from edge of handle to lip of spout,  7.5 cm (3”) tall

Sugar Bowl: is 8 cm (3.12") diameter & 4.5 cm (1.75") tall

 This sugar bowl & creamer are from a tea for 2 that has a heaterlea teapot as the pot.

 

 Roayl Doulton Fox Hunting Creamer 

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting "A" Creamer;D.5104; dated 1939

Size

13 cm (5.25”) across from edge of handle to lip of spout,  12 cm (4.75”) tall

This Creamer was part of a four cup Fox Hunting A Tea Set. The sugar bowl with this tea set was the one below. 

 

Sugar Bowl  (shape name unknown II)

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Sugar Bowl

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting "A" Sugar Bowl dated 1939

Royal Doulton Ploughing Sugar Bowl 

Royal Doulton Ploughing  Sugar Bowl; dated 1937

Size

12 cm (4.75”) across the handles & 6.5 cm (2.5”) tall

 

 

Creamer & Sugar Bowl - (shape name unknown III)

Royal Doulton Creamer & Sugar Bowl Unknown Shape 

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Creamer & Sugar Bowl - Shape Unkown III

D2973; production era  1908 to 1931

Size

Creamer 6cm (2.3") tall

 Sugar Bowl 4 cm (1.5") tall


  Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Creamer  & Sugar Bowl in Caddy

 Unamed Sugar & Creamer III in original caddy

Size

20 cm (7.75") lang &  18 cm (7.12") tall

 

 

Unamed Creamer & Open Sugar Shape IV 

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Creamer - Unamed V

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Creamer Unamed Shape IV; D5104

production era 1932 to 1942

Size

 9.2 cm (3.72") tall & 10.2 cm (4") across the top inclding handle

 

 

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Open Sugar  - Unamed IV

 Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Open Sugar Bowl Unamed Shape IV; D5104

 production era 1932 to 1942

Size

4.5 cm (1.75") tall & diameter of 8.8 cm (3.5")

 

 

Cups, Saucer's & Trios

 

Harlech Trio

Royal Doulton Ploughing Harlech Trio

Royal Doulton Ploughing Harlech Tri; D4934; dated Sept 1929

Size

Cup; 7 cm (2.5") tall: Saucer; 14 cm (5.5") diameter

 

 

Linton Party Set

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Linton Party Set

 

Royal Doulton Linton Party Set

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Linton Party Set; D2974: 1908 to 1931 era

Size

 Cup 7 cm ( 2.75") tall; Saucer 17 cm (6.75") long

 

Octagon Teacup & Saucer's

Image

 Royal Doulton Pansies  Cup & Saucer; D.4049; era 1917 to 1930

 

The larger of the two cups of referred to as a Breakfast Cup or a Farmer's Cup

Royal Doulton Pansies Octagonal A Cups & Saucers

 

Image

 Sizes

  Breakfast Cup & Saucer (Left); Cup 8 cm (3.2") tall - Saucer 15cm (6") diameter

Standard Cup & saucer (Right): Cup 6.5 cm (2.6") tall - Saucer 14 cm (5.5") diameter

 

 

 

Pelican Cup & Saucer

Image

Royal Doulton Japanese Orbs Pelican Cup & Saucer

D4223; era 1921 to 1940

 

 

Rheims Cup & Saucer

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Rheims Cup & Saucer

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Rheims Cup & Saucer

D2973; 1908 to 1931 era

  cup is 7 cm (2.75") tall

 

 

Teacup & Saucer (shape name unkown)

Roayl Doulton Fox Hunting Cup & Saucer

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Teacup & Suacer; dated 1927

 

 

Trio (shape name unkown)

Royal Doulton Gum Trees Trio

Royal Doulton Gum Trees Trio: D3506: dated June 1936

 

 

Twin Handle Cup & Saucer - Unamed Shape

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Twin Handle Cup & Saucer - Unamed Shape

Cup 5.8 cm (225") tall - Saucer diameter 12.3 cm (4.85")

 

 

Teapot Stand or Trivets

Most of the trivet shapes can serve for several different shaped teapots, so in most cases it is not possible to name them as being for any one shape, there is however an exception to this rule. A trivet made to suit a Friar teapot really only suits a Friar teapot. I have decided to list the Trivet shapes giving each a letter to define which is which, except of course for the Friar as there can be no doubt which shape that it suits. To date I have identified 5 different shaped trivets decorated with Series Ware.

 

Trivet Shape A

Trivet Shape Unknown A

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Trivet; D5175; 1931 to 1951 era 

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Trivet Shape Unknown A

Royal Doulton Foxhunting Trivet; D5104: production era 1932 to 1942

Size

16.5 cm (6.5") by 14 cm (5.5")

 

 

Trivet "Shape B"

Royal Doulton Gallant Fishers Trivet - Izaac Walton

 

Royal Doulton Gallant Fishers Trivet - Izaac Walton

 

Royal Doulton Gallant Fishers Trivet - Izaac Walton 

Royal Doulton Gallant Fishers Trivet B: dated Nevenber 1905

Size

diameter 15.2 cm (6")


 

 

 

Trivet "Shape C"

Royal Doulton Athens Trivet

   Royal Doulton Athens Trivet C; D3302; 1908 to 1928 era

Royal; Doulton  Floral Pattern A Ball Trivet

 Floral Pattern A Ball Trivet C; pattern D2225; era 1905 to 1915

Image 

Size

16. cm (6.25") diameter

Please Note:  Below is the photo of the underside of Trivet "Shape C" - Notice the design feature where 4 dimples have been included preven the trivet sitting flat on the table.

 

 


 Friar Trivet

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Friar Teapot Stand

 

 Royal Doulton Frier Teapot stand

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Trivet; D5175; era 1931 to 1951

 

 

Oval Trivet

Royal Doulton Tony Weller Oval Trivet

 

Royal Doulton Oval Trivet

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Trivet; 1908 to 1931 colour-way

Size

 20 cm (8") by 15 cm (6")

 

 

 

 Slops Bowl

A slops bowl was part of many early teasets, it was a bowl similar to an open sugar bowl, but generally it was a bit bigger. The idea was that one could enpty the dregs of a cup of tea into the bowl before pouring a second cup. 

 

Slop Bowl Shape I

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Slops Bowl

Royal Doulton Fox Hunting Slops Bowl; D5104: era 1932 to 1942

Royal Doulton Slops Bowl

Royal Doulton Dickens Ware ; D5175; era  1931 to 1951

Size

14 cm (5.5") diameter & 7.5 cm (3") tall

 

 

Comments  

 
+3 #8 RE: Gina & her RD Deadwood Crackle Teapot.Bruce Nichol 2011-04-17 09:03
Is it the same shape as mine and does it have a number impressed into the base - thanks - Regards
bruceQuoting Gina Anderson:
Bruce,
FYI and records, I have both a 4 cup (as listed) and a 6 cup Deadwood Crackle Pepys Teapot with sizing approx. 23 cm long and 13 cm high.
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+5 #7 deadwood crackle teapotGina Anderson 2011-04-16 04:50
Bruce,
FYI and records, I have both a 4 cup (as listed) and a 6 cup Deadwood Crackle Pepys Teapot with sizing approx. 23 cm long and 13 cm high.
G
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+7 #6 RE: Canterbury PilgrimsBruce of Nicholnack 2010-10-04 22:06
Would need to see photos to know for sure, have a look at my Canterbury Pilgrims page nicholnack.com.au/literature/r.d.-canterbury-pilgrims.htmlI have all the known scenes on that. If you would like to email me a photo that would help nicholnack@optu snet.com.au Quoting Chantelle:
Hello,
I am trying to find info on a royal doulton trivet. It has what seems to be pilgrims and a tree facing right. If anyone has some info I would appreciate it. I found it in my grandmothers china cabinet way at the back. Thought it weird since gran was such a collector and this sea to be the only one of this set.
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+6 #5 Royal doulton trivetChantelle 2010-10-04 13:53
Hello,
I am trying to find info on a royal doulton trivet. It has what seems to be pilgrims and a tree facing right. If anyone has some info I would appreciate it. I found it in my grandmothers china cabinet way at the back. Thought it weird since gran was such a collector and this sea to be the only one of this set.
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+7 #4 RE: Royal Doulton coaching daysBruce of Nicholnack 2010-08-09 01:48
Helen I am not sure of the mark you are referring to, could you by chance take some photos of the mark and the items and e-mail them me - use the email link in the banner at the bottom of the page. Also have you checked out the Coaching Days Fact File nicholnack.com.au/royal-doulton/coaching-days.html Quote:
I am interested to note your dating of the Royal Doulton Coaching Days pieces with the insignia and crown and lion. I have pieces without the crown but all other indications that it is Royal Doulton and same as coaching picture. WHat does this mean Nicholas please? The lion is not on a crown but the straight bar under the crown,
Helen
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+8 #3 Coaching Days piecesHelen Spiers 2010-08-08 03:53
I am interested to note your dating of the Royal Doulton Coaching Days pieces with the insignia and crown and lion. I have pieces without the crown but all other indications that it is Royal Doulton and same as coaching picture. WHat does this mean Nicholas please? The lion is not on a crown but the straight bar under the crown,
Helen
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+7 #2 Re: Joan & a Corinth Teapot LidBruce of Nicholnack 2010-08-04 11:56
If anybody can help joan in her quest for a lid for a Corinth teapot, just leave a message quoteing Joan's comment and the system will send her an email - good luck with it JoanQuoting JOAN CRABTREE:
I am seeking a Corinth shape teapot lid, preferably in the Farmworker series, or just plain cream coloured. If you have one and wish to sell it, please contact me. Many thanks
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+8 #1 CORINTH TEAPOT LIDJOAN CRABTREE 2010-08-04 11:46
I am seeking a Corinth shape teapot lid, preferably in the Farmworker series, or just plain cream coloured. If you have one and wish to sell it, please contact me. Many thanks
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