Few things provide an antique collector with more pleasure than finding an antique they really like. This wonderful little Royal Worcester pot pourri bowl was the perfect addition to our antiques collection and sits beautifully among the other pieces of antique Worcester porcelain we own. It's been beautifully decorated in the Royal Worcester Persian style using a palette of muted shades of green and peach and bears all the right Worcester marks. Plus it came at just the right price.
Royal Worcester Artist - James Hadley (1837 - 1903)
In the 1850s James Hadley was apprenticed to Kerr & Binns of Worcester. He worked in the modelling department with Edward Locke and the young Thomas Brock.
By 1870 James Hadley had become the principal modeller at Royal Worcester porcelain.
In 1875 he left the Worcester factory and set up his own modelling studio at 95 High Street, Worcester.
Hadley is reputed to have sold the complete output of his factories ornamental vases and ...
The Royal Worcester porcelain factory is the oldest, continuously operating, english porcelain factory still in production today.
Here we look at Royal Worcester history, the Worcester marks, artists and porcelain wares.
Royal Worcester was founded in Worcester, England in 1751.
The first Royal Worcester factory was established on the banks of the River Severn by a group of local businessmen.
It appears that around 1750 Dr John Wall (1708-1776) and the apothecary William Davis ...
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