Within the English crown of famous potteries – particularly those from the historic English Stoke-On-Trent area – few jewels shine quite as brightly as Royal Doulton’s.
The name bears a pedigree that can be traced back to 1815, when a Mister John Doulton invested his life savings in a partnership to purchase a stoneware factory in Lambeth. However, it was not until 1901 that the Doulton name received its royal warrant, and was able to take the title Royal Doulton – the sort of dinnerware beloved by even the British monarchy.
Celebrating Royal Doulton's founding year, the 200 Years 1815 Bottle Vase is as stunning as it is functional. It's beautifully crafted from warm, earthy white porcelain with a subtle apricot-coloured glaze addition that gives the vase a hand-crafted appearance. It's graceful and simple, with an undeniable sense of elegance, which makes it ideal for modern homes and will look stunning holding a single rose or orchid.
200 Years 1815 Bottle Vase features:
- Designed in England.
- Made from white porcelain, with subtle coloured glaze addition.
- Features distinctive, embossed date marks on the neck of the vase.
- Hand wash recommended.
- Beautifully presented in a 200 Years Royal Doulton gift box.