Royal Doulton Norfolk Square Plates


Norfolk blue and white china by Royal Doulton has been produced over a long period of time and is seen in the traditional hexagonal shape and rounded more modern pieces. This early 1900s set of 12 sided plates, and 8 sided cups and saucers are decorated with blue transfer printed designs depicting the rural scenes found in Victorian Norfolk such as old farmhouses, poplar trees and windmills.

All pieces have the base mark for the Royal Doulton factory – In 1901 the company introduced the lion, crown and ‘intersecting D motif’. Doulton became ‘Royal Doulton’ with the Royal Warrant given by King Edward VII in 1901.

Rd # 251612 & 597783

Set of 7 large square tea plates – 18 cm across

Lovely vintage condition, bright colours, no chips or cracks but may have some surface crazing on some pieces as with ceramics of this age. 100 years +.

1 in stock


Royal Doulton (since 1815) created some of the highest quality tableware in the world. Originally in London, the company moved to Stoke on Trent in the latter half of the 19th Century to make Fine china where it gained a Royal Warrant in 1902. 

Pottery Histories – Royal Doulton

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