A Rare Royal Doulton Figurine named – a Child’s Grace HN62A recently came to the market here in the UK. This figure is extremely seldom seen and was first issued in 1916 and discontinued in 1938.
A gorgeous Art Deco figurine recently caught our eye in the news, Mephisto HN722. The figure is a Leslie Harradine design and issued between 1925 – 1938.
The Doulton Jester series have always been highly sought after across a vast array of collectors – and not just of Royal Doulton.
Diamonds, from the Greek “adamas” meaning invincible, are the hardest of all gemstones. April’s birthstone is formed deep within the Earth and reached the surface through violent volcanic eruptions.
An extremely rare figure came to auction recently in the UK – the figure in question is called a Geisha HN634.
Aquamarine, the March birthstone, is said to bring happiness to a marriage, calm waves, and keep sailors safe at sea: not surprising for a gem named after seawater.
A rare Royal Doulton Figurine called Japanese Fan popped up for auction in Scotland this month.
The figure is a C. J. Noke piece and carried the impressed date marks to 4. 1920.
Amethyst is the purple variety of quartz that has captivated mankind for centuries.
The ancient Greeks associated the mineral with Bacchus, the god of wine, and believed wearing an amethyst prevented intoxication.
Royal Doulton have made a number of different models of Henry VIII as part of the Harry Nixon figure series but comfortably the rarest is that carrying the number HN673 (or HN370 in a different colourway).
Garnet, the birthstone of January is mined in a rainbow of colours.
From the fiery orange of Mandarin Garnet to the rich green of Tsavorite Garnet and to the most widely recognized colour of Pyrope Garnet, it is considered a great gift to symbolise friendship and trust.