Several online price guides exist for Royal Doulton china and figurines, including Royal Doulton Value Guide and Kovels.com. While these price guides require a user to register with the site, registration is free and allows the user full access to the price listings.Continue Reading
Kovels.com offers a searchable matrix covering all types of Royal Doulton porcelain, collectible figurines and specialty items. Searchable choices include animal figurines, plates, Toby jugs, vases and character jugs, as well as rarer specialty items such as butter chips, chamber pots and cruet sets.
Royal Doulton Value Guide specializes in the pricing for Royal Doulton figurines. The site offers a mobile phone app for easy access at auctions.Learn more about Tableware
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The value of rare Royal Doulton figurines varies greatly depending on the figurine and its condition. Pieces with a limited production run, artist signature or a "potted" marking have higher values and fetch higher prices than others.Full Answer >
Bunnykins, dishes and ceramic figures featuring rabbit characters, can be purchased from Royal Doulton through its website. The Royal Doulton company began in England in 1815; in 2009, it became part of WWRD Holdings Ltd.Full Answer >
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