Dating royal worcester plates

and due to heavy competition from overseas, the production was switched to factories in Stoke and abroad.

As Portmeirion Group has a factory in Stoke-on-Trent, the purchase did not include Royal Worcester and Spode manufacturing facilities.

In other cases, we have pictures of the coddler but we don't know what the name of the pattern is.

To see images of coddlers with the patterns shown (or described), and to learn more about this particular pattern, you must click on the name and/or the image.

During this period, the factory was in poor repair.

Production was limited to low-end patterns of mostly Blue and White porcelains after Chinese porcelain designs of the period.

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