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Royal Doulton figurines are world famous. Each year, the master craftsmen of Royal Doulton add to their already impressive catalog by creating and releasing special limited edition collector figurines; such as an annual Santa Claus figurine, Royal Wedding Catherine figurine, and Queen Elizabeth figurine.
The Royal Doulton Bulldog Figurine Collection feature Alfie, Jack and Patch which heralds a new series based on the iconic Bulldog, which was originally modeled by Royal Doultonís great art director Charles Noke and launched in 1941. 70 years on, and in harmony with the nationís revived patriotic spirit during a year of rejoicing for royal and sporting achievement, our trio of studies take centre stage.
The Royal Doulton Bunnykins collection is a series of figurines and collectibles featuring the lovable and world famous Bunnykins characters. Commemorative items make a perfect gift for births and christenings, while eating utensils, cups, and bowls are a perfect gift for toddlers that they will both cherish and use on a daily basis.
Royal Doulton Pretty Ladies are the most iconic and famous of all Royal Doultonís figurines and collectibles. These lady figurines are rendered in fine bone china and lovingly hand-decorated; each one given a name and story. Sought after by collectors world wide, these iconic ladies, in garb historical and contemporary, never go out of style.
Royal Doulton figurines are part of a ceramic heritage that stretches back to 1815. Using the finest materials, the most talented designers and expert ceramic artists. The pretty lady petite collection brings together a stunning selection of graceful small sized figurines in every colour and style. Every figurine is carefully designed in the UK by renowned sculptors who draw on historic fashion styles as well as contemporary trends for their imaginative designs.
The Heroine Collection celebrates iconic women drawn from British literature and history across the centuries, from the Regency period of the 1780s onwards to the 'roaring' and rebellious 1920s.
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