- Royal Doulton
The world renowned Royal Doulton has been known for their high-quality tableware and crystal glassware since its founding in 1815. Here you will find beautiful porcelain plates, serving dishes, crystal glasses and so much more, by Royal Doulton.
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English Design by Royal Doulton
Royal Doulton is a world-renowned English brand, established in 1815. The brand is known to be classic and timeless, with an assortment that consists of beautiful tableware and glassware of the highest quality. In the collection you can find many popular patterns and collaborations with famous profiles such as Ellen DeGeneres and Gordon Ramsey.
Which are the most popular Royal Doulton products?
In the Royal Doulton assortment you will find an excellent selection of ceramics and glassware products. Everything you need to create a beautiful table setting can be found right here. Choose from a wide range of popular collections such as Pacific, Grey Lines and Maze.
Top 3 most popular Royal Doulton products:
- Gordon Ramsey knife block
- Pacific plate blue 6 pieces
- Maze bowl 18 cm
Royal Doulton tableware
Royal Doulton is a brand known for their high-quality porcelain. Whatever you need in terms of tableware, they are bound to have it in their extensive assortment. Here you will find high-quality plates, bowls, cups and more, in beautiful designs. Royal Doulton has porcelain with elegant patterns, as well as more discrete and modern alternatives.
Crystal by Royal Doulton
Along with their tableware, Royal Doulton is known for their beautiful drinking glasses in exquisite crystal. Whether you are getting them for yourself or as a gift to a friend or a family member, Royal Doulton’s crystal glasses are a great choice!
The History of Royal Doulton
Royal Doulton’s history goes all the way back to when John Doultion buys a pot-house in London. The company became a pioneer in the ceramics industry, giving fruition to many new ideas and techniques, and John’s son, Henry Doulton became the first potter in history to be awarded the knighthood. It is not until 1901 that the company takes the name Royal Doulton, after receiving a Royal Warrant, allowing them to use the word Royal in their name.