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Royal Doulton Gondoliers Series 

Royal Doulton Gondoliers Concord Jug - Polychrome Colour-way

R.D. Gondoliers Concord Jug
Polycrome Colour-way: D3125

 

Royal Doulton introduced the Gondoliers series in 1908 and it was in production right up until the onset of WWII. It was produced on two colour-ways; Polycrome (above) and Whieldon (below).  This series consists of eighteen scenes.

 

Royal Doulton Gondoliers Stein - Whieldon Colour-way 

R.D. Gondoliers Stein - Shape 7119A
Whieldon Colour-way: D.3039

 

 The Gondoliers series hasfour pattern numbers set against it:-

 D3039 introduced in 1908

D3107 introduced in 1909

D3125 introduced in 1909

D4981 introduced in 1930

 

This series has 2 different borders:-

 

Anthemion

Royal Doulton Gondoliers Anthemion Border 

 

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The Scenes

As Defined by Louise Irvine

1. Gondola carring lady with fan and gentleman.

Whieldon Colour-way

Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 1 

 

 

2. Man and woman on quay, his hat with feather.

Whieldon Colour-way
Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 2

 

 


 

3. Gondola with one man aboard.

Whieldon Colour-way
Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 3

 

 

 

Polychrome Colour-way
 Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 3

 

 

 

4. Woman with child on quay with jewellery

Whieldon Colour-way
Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 4 

 

 

 

5. Gondola with couple chatting, one gondolier.

 

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6. Gondola carring lady with fan and gentleman,

Polychrome Colour-way
 
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7. Two gondoliers chating on empty gondola.

 

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8. Gondola carrying lady with fan hiding

face and gentleman.

 

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9. Gondola carrying couple, gentleman rear veiw,

two gondoliers.

Whieldon Colour-way

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10. Gondola carring couple, profile veiw,

two gondoliers.

Whieldon Colour-way

Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 10 

 

 

 

11. Gondola carrying a couple, chatting to

one of two gondoliers.

 Polychrome Colour-way

 Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 11 

 

 

12.Woman standing with vase on head, 

man sitting on quay.

 

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13.Woman standing on quay,

man bending down steps.

 

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14. Man resting on barrel.

 

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15. Man and woman on quay, he resting

on her knees.

Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 15 


 

 

16. Man and woman on quay, he on

steps holding her hand.

 

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17. Woman on quay.

 

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18.Woman walking with vase on head,

man sitting on quay.

Whieldon Colour-way

 Royal Doulton Gondoliers Scene 18

 

Comments  

 
0 #2 RE: ValuationBruce Nichol 2012-11-19 21:28
NICHOLNACK DOES OFFER NOT HAVE A VALUATION SERVICE!
The value of Collectable Royal Doulton & Carlton Ware has fallen heavily since the GFC. I would suggest that if you need a value either list it on ebay or send it out to a local estate auction.
Quoting Sandra Houston:
I have a Royal Doulton plate apparently from the Venice and the Gondoliers series. Mine is similar to the the No. 1 plate here "Gondola carrying lady with fan and gentlemen." Mine has slight differences probably due to them being hand painted. They are: (1) Gondolier's hat is white; (2) 1 pole on right has 4 red stripes; (3) Cloud formation is smaller; (4) Gondolier and gondola in back are left natural; (5) Bricks on landing have red and yellow squares laid out differently. Mine is signed on the back with what looks like "Gina." This has been passed down in my family. Can you give me a value on this piece? I just display it because I like the picture.
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0 #1 RE: R.D. Gondoliers Sandra Houston 2012-11-09 00:51
I have a Royal Doulton plate apparently from the Venice and the Gondoliers series. Mine is similar to the the No. 1 plate here "Gondola carrying lady with fan and gentlemen." Mine has slight differences probably due to them being hand painted. They are: (1) Gondolier's hat is white; (2) 1 pole on right has 4 red stripes; (3) Cloud formation is smaller; (4) Gondolier and gondola in back are left natural; (5) Bricks on landing have red and yellow squares laid out differently. Mine is signed on the back with what looks like "Gina." This has been passed down in my family. Can you give me a value on this piece? I just display it because I like the picture.
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