Royal worcester backstamps dating
Royal Worcester is one of the oldest English porcelain companies in the world, if not the oldest itself.
As such, over the years, many different backstamps have been used to identify different patterns and pieces.
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I have been trying for quite some time information about a Royal Worcester Fruit Study 20cm plate I have.
Painted by Bryan Cox with the usual back stamp but it also has one dot on the top left of the base of the central part of the plate and on the top right side is written RP/HL.
The next dating system implemented placed coded dots both before and after these words that indicated the year of creation.
I appreciate your taking the time to read this and hope you can clear up the mystery for me.
We have a Royal Worcester antique bone china set of cups and saucers that we are unable to date or find the name of the pattern. The cups are coffee cup in size, with the marking Royal Worcester (R)Fine Bone China England. The pattern is gold rimmed, flowers but not in colour, monochrome only, quite plain in shape. Stewart Reply by Peter (admin)To: Antique Bone China Answers To Royal Worcester Backstamp Question Hi Stewart Thanks for gettting in touch.
Future signs included squares, diamonds, and linked circles.
From 1949 to 1963, after a brief break of not using a dating system, yet another new method was introduced.