At the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, Doulton products won acclaim, furthering its popularity.
In 2005, Waterford Wedgwood completed a £39.9 million takeover of Royal Doulton.
A very large Royal Doulton 'Gallant Fishers' series tyg by Isaac Walton, the body decorated with figures of fishermen, the rim with a stylised band of trees, and the mottos 'Bit yet, though while I fish I fast, I make good fortune my repast' and 'I care not, I to fish in seas, fresh rivers best my mind do please', applied with three strap handles, signed 'Noke' to the body, painted factory mark to base, 29cm high.
Royal Doulton Titanian Ware Ovoid Vase, a French blue band to the top half of the vase with a corresponding petrel blue to the lower half, separated by a narrow pale grey/blue band into which the other two merge; 7 inches high; printed lion and Doulton Burslem Serve Ware Approx 13 items in total to include x2 tureens, dinner plates and side plates in 'Nankin' design.
Martha Jones broke ties with the company in 1820 and by 1826, now trading as Doulton & Watts, the company moved to larger premises in Lambeth Walk to cope with the rapid expansion it was experiencing.
Japanese style floral and scroll pattern in blue, pink and green on cream ground.
Blue Doulton vase Blue Doulton vase (mark) Doulton bowl Doulton bowl (mark) Doulton cheese jar Doulton cheese jar (mark) Doulton Edward VII jug Doulton Edward VII jug (mark) Doulton faience vase Doulton faience vase (mark) Doulton planter Doulton planter (mark) Doulton plaque Doulton plaque (mark) Doulton pot by Agnete Hoy Doulton pot by Agnete Hoy (mark) Doulton spill vase Doulton spill vase (mark) Doulton stoneware bowl Doulton stoneware bowl (marks) Doulton stoneware handled pot Doulton stoneware handled pot (base) Doulton Tobacco jar Doulton Tobacco jar (mark) Miniature Doulton bottle Miniature Doulton bottle (mark) Miniature Doulton stoneware bottle Miniature Doulton stoneware bottle (base) Ornate Doulton vase Ornate Doulton vase (base) Pair of blue Doulton jugs Pair of blue Doulton jugs (mark) Silicon vase Silicon vase (mark) John Doulton and John Watts set up Doulton & Watts in Lambeth, South London, in 1815 producing saltglazed stoneware.
Today, its products include dinnerware, giftware, cookware, porcelain, glassware, collectables, jewellery, linens, curtains, and lighting, among other items.
The Royal Doulton company takes its name from John Doulton.