Doulton

Doulton may refer to:

  • Royal Doulton, ceramic manufacturing company
  • John Doulton, potter, founder of Royal Doulton
  • Henry Doulton, potter and son of John Doulton
  • Frederick Doulton, Member of Parliament and son of John Doulton

Other articles related to "doulton":

Leslie Harradine - Early Years With Doulton Lambeth
... Born in 1887 Leslie Harradine first joined the Doulton Lambeth studio as an apprentice in 1902 working under George Tinworth while studying part time at the Camberwell School of Arts ... He went on to qualify and work in the Royal Doulton design department ... to the attention of Charles Noke the Royal Doulton art director in Burslem ...
Leslie Harradine - Freelance For Royal Doulton
... samples of his models on a freelance basis and so, in 1920, the first of his Royal Doulton figures, HN 395, 'Contentment' was released ... a regular supply of figures to Royal Doulton for almost forty years but always on a truly freelance basis, Leslie was the one to decide what he would model, and when, and he would send these, maybe up ... then on to the Potteries as before until the late 1950s when he eventually informed Royal Doulton of his intention to retire ...
John Doulton
... John Doulton (November 17, 1793 – May 26, 1873) was an English businessman and manufacturer of pottery, a founder of the firm that later became known as Royal Doulton ... John Doulton married Jane Duneau, a widow from Bridgnorth in Shropshire, who died April 9, 1841 ... In 1815, soon after John Doulton had completed his apprenticeship as a potter, he invested his life savings of £100 in the Vauxhall Walk pottery of Martha ...
Frederick Doulton - Parliamentary Career
... Doulton was alleged to have written Roupell's speeches though he denied as much ... Doulton was further implicated with Roupell in allegations of excessive spending though these were later dropped when the accusers were in turn accused of applying duress to Roupell for political favours ... Doulton announced his candidacy but a rumour started to circulate that he had bribed Williams to stand down ...
James Stiff - Career
... Four years later, he began work at Doulton and Watt's Lambeth Pottery as a mould maker ... was dissolved on 31 December 1912, and the following year the firm was sold to Royal Doulton ... on 18 May 1897 and, like his contemporaries Doulton and Green, Stiff was buried at West Norwood Cemetery ...