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Posted 3 years ago

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shelby
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this set has been in the family and i would like to know history and value of the set or anything anyone has on it thank you

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  1. DecorativeDishes.net, 3 years ago
    Very cool. It looks very old, like late 1800's. Those colors were very popular then. Called "imari" with the blue and orange. It does not have the country name which was required after 1891. I haven't see Doulton as a plural name before, but saw this about a father and son in an article which match the late 1800's time period.

    "It was John Doulton's son, Henry, however, who carried that tradition of the Lambeth pottery to its zenith.
    By the time Queen Victoria came to the throne, Doulton was established as a manufacturer of domestic and industrial products in a fine stoneware body that bore comparison with any in Europe. Within the first ten years of Victoria's reign, by 1846, the Lambeth factory was in the vanguard of the revolution in sanitation which Chadwick and the great reformers of the day brought to metropolitan England. Without the hard work and foresight of Henry Doulton that revolution would have been best delayed by decades."
  2. shelby, 3 years ago
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMENT YOU SEEM TO KNOW ALOT ABOUT THAT PERIOD OF TIME VERY INTERESTING

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