Dating beswick china
James Hayward also contributed to the high quality pieces as Decorating Manager from 1934 to Art Director from 1957, designing almost 3000 decorations, patterns and glazes.
Albert Hallam also contributed with his talented skills when he joined Beswick at the age of 14 as apprentice mould maker eventually becoming head of mould making and modeller, creating butterflies, horses, dogs and cats modelled after Arthur Gredington's retirement including the Norwegian Fjord Horse, A very sort after piece today by collectors.
Bone china is a type of porcelain with added animal bone.
Dating Royal Doulton products from their Doulton marks means you sometimes have to check very carefully.
Factors other than the Doulton mark can help in more accurate dating, particularly pattern names and numbers and date codes or artists monograms. Several other Doulton marks occur in the very early stages and incorporate pattern names such as ROUEN and KEW, with some remaining in use for up to twenty years.
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