This page has a table of Royal Doulton Figurines price guide.
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Since its inception, the company started by John Doulton, did business using the following names: The beautiful ceramic pieces being produced by Doulton & Company in the late 1800s were noticed by the British Royal family including Queen Victoria.
The Queen liked the pieces so much that in 1887 she knighted Henry Doulton for his contributions to England's ceramic art.
From its early beginning in 1815, the London-based Doulton Company grew to become one of the most well known pottery companies in the world.
For almost 200 years, Doulton products have been considered to be among the finest in quality and craftsmanship.
Just as there are many different types of Royal Doulton products, there are also different kinds of price guides.
There are individual price guides for specific types of antiques or collectibles such as Character and Toby Jugs or Figurines.
Fourteen years later, King Edward the VII issued a Royal Warrant to the Doulton factory.
By bestowing this royal honor upon the company, King Edward was also giving them the right to be called For almost two centuries Doulton has produced a wide array of different products, often causing confusion among collectors.
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