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Royal Doulton Eglinton Tournament China - 5 items found.

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Jug or Pitcher c1930 Maker: Royal Doulton  Pattern:Eglinton Tournament
Jug or Pitcher c1930
This is a fabulous little jug in the Eglinton Tournament series. The Eglinton Tournament of 1839 was a re-enactment of a medieval joust and revel held at Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland. It was organised by the 13th Earl Eglinton as a reaction to the omission of much traditional medieval pageantry from the Coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. Doulton introduced the first of their Eglinton Tournament series ware in 1902, registered the design in 1904, increased the range in 1908 and are believed to have finally withdrawn it in 1928. There are seven scenes in the series, which appears in different colourways on two shapes of jug, rack plate and bowl. This jug has a tiny tiny rub to the rim otherwise excellent condition. Eglinton Tournament is printed inside the spout and the first four letters of Tournament are indistinct.
Dimensions: 10 cm high, 0.3 ltr / 4 ins high, 0.5 pint
Our ref: DOUL40092

Jug or Pitcher c1930 Maker: Royal Doulton  Pattern:Eglinton Tournament
Jug or Pitcher c1930
This is a fabulous jug in the Eglinton Tournament series. The Eglinton Tournament of 1839 was a re-enactment of a medieval joust and revel held at Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland. It was organised by the 13th Earl Eglinton as a reaction to the omission of much traditional medieval pageantry from the Coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. Doulton introduced the first of their Eglinton Tournament series ware in 1902, registered the design in 1904, increased the range in 1908 and are believed to have finally withdrawn it in 1928. There are seven scenes in the series, which appears in different colourways on two shapes of jug, rack plate and bowl. Backstamp: blue printed lion, crown and daisy mark with Royal Doulton England Rd No 408787 and Eglington Tournament printed inside the spout. The backstamp is generally considered to have in usein the early 1930s. A little minor discolouration underneath otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.75 ltr, 14 cm high / 1.25 pint, 5.5 ins high
Our ref: DOUL47905

Jug or Pitcher c1930 Maker: Royal Doulton  Pattern:Eglinton Tournament
Jug or Pitcher c1930
This is a fabulous jug in the Eglinton Tournament series. The Eglinton Tournament of 1839 was a re-enactment of a medieval joust and revel held at Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland. It was organised by the 13th Earl Eglinton as a reaction to the omission of much traditional medieval pageantry from the Coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. Backstamp: Royal Doulton England Rd NO 408787 and in script D1925 and Eglington Tournament printed inside the spout. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 1.8 ltr, 18 cm high / 3 pint, 7 ins high
Our ref: DOUL53703

Jug or Pitcher c1930s Maker: Royal Doulton  Pattern:Eglinton Tournament
Jug or Pitcher c1930s
This is a fabulous jug in the Eglinton Tournament series. The Eglinton Tournament of 1839 was a re-enactment of a medieval joust and revel held at Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland. It was organised by the 13th Earl Eglinton as a reaction to the omission of much traditional medieval pageantry from the Coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. Doulton introduced the first of their Eglinton Tournament series ware in 1902, registered the design in 1904, increased the range in 1908 and are believed to have finally withdrawn it in 1928. There are seven scenes in the series, which appears in different colourways on two shapes of jug, rack plate and bowl. Backstamp: Royal Doulton England Rd No 408787 and in script D1425 and Eglinton Tournament printed inside the spout. It has a tiny nick to the foot and a little very minor discolouration inside to the base otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.9 ltr, 15 cm high / 1.5 pint, 6 ins high
Our ref: DOUL42251

Plate c1930s Maker: Royal Doulton  Pattern:Eglinton Tournament
Plate c1930s
A superb plate in the Eglinton Tournament series. The Eglinton Tournament of 1839 was a re-enactment of a medieval joust and revel held at Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland. It was organised by the 13th Earl Eglinton as a reaction to the omission of much traditional medieval pageantry from the Coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. Doulton introduced the first of their Eglinton Tournament series ware in 1902, registered the design in 1904, increased the range in 1908 and are believed to have finally withdrawn it in 1928. There are seven scenes in the series, which appears in different colourways on two shapes of jug, rack plate and bowl. Backstamp: Blue printed Royal Doulton England and impressed date for 193?. Crazed with a little surface scratching but overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 26.5 cm / 10.5 ins
Our ref: DOUL42986


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