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How to Date Royal Worcester Pottery Marks query:- We have a Royal Worcester bone china set that has the following markings: It has the Royal Worcester circle with crown above. Around the circle it says Royal Worcester Bone China and underneath the circle it says Made in England with a W on the top and two dots on each is a black and white fruit pattern with small flowers, gold trimmed and was purchased in the Bahamas in 1952.
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Within the Evesham Gold design apples, pears, cherries, damsons and blackberries are just a few of the colourful fruit sprays.In the late 1700s Worcester were among the first to use the Bute shape for tea bowls, tea cups and coffee cups.The presence of the crescent mark dates these items to the Dr Wall period and they are all very similar in shape, size and decoration to those made in the same period by Caughley.Early standard marks show the crown slightly above or perched on the circle and from 1876 the crown sits down onto the circle. In 1862 with the restructuring of the Royal Worcester company and the introduction of a new factory mark came the first of the new Worcester date coding sequences.
In 1890 the capital letter changed to a small letter and started again but the sequence was only to last for one year.
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