Dating royal worcester plates
George Grainger & Co diversified their products, producing embossed tiles for fireplaces, unglazed china figures and door furniture.They were also successful with the development of Chemical Porcelain (for laboratory use) and Semi-porcelain.Grainger embraced the Neo-Rococo style in the 1830’s and 1840’s, producing a wide range of decorative vases, tea and dessert wares.Characterised by extravagant shapes, bright rich colours and scrolled gilding, this revival style was fashionable with up-and-coming industrialists who could afford to spend money on their homes.
Grainger & Wood started to manufacture their own porcelain by 1807 and soon gained a good reputation for both useful and ornamental wares. More details 19th century Portuguese Palissy charger with toad, lizard and insects surrounded by weed, stamped to base Mafra, Portugal, 23cm CONDITION REPORT: Several minor losses to weed areas. Decorated with a large applied red crab to the centre on a textured ground and further ornamented with shells and aquatic weeds to the border. MAFRA CALDAO', late 19th / early 20th century, 33.8cm high (max). More details Two milk glass ceiling lights along with a quantity of mixed ceramics, including a Palissy Ware teapot, two blue and white tureens, a Sadler Staffordshire teapot, and various other items More details A Portuguese Caldas de Rainha faience dish in the Palissy style. More details Ceramics - a Gloria Kensington ware lustre vase, Art Deco style; a stoneware Arts and Crafts jug, single handle, ribbed form; a Palissy part coffee set, five coffee cans and saucers, black with harlequin interiors, butter dish More details A large collection of Portuguese Caldas da Rainha majolica pottery, in early 18th century and Palissy style, including: fish and hunting jugs and covers, pineapple coffee and teapots, snakes, animals on plinth bases, a parrot box and cover, baskets, frog mugs, with various impressed marks for Airesc. More details Three Portuguese majolica Palissy style pottery teapots, in the form of monkeys, sporting hats and sitting astride on a snake, one with impressed marks, together with a similar snake jug, with impressed marks for ' M. Here's some info which will help everyone with their Royal Worcester backstamp dating: Puce marks date from 1900 to 19411941 to present: black backstamps Note: Green marks used for: Boer War Soldiers First World War Soldiers Blue marks used for:limited series only Red marks: Very few.Royal Worcester - Basic Marking System Four linked W's crest surmounted by a crown: Begun 18621891 - the words 'ROYAL WORCESTER ENGLAND' appear ringed around the crest.