Learn about Worcester / Royal Worcester

Among the most popular of the English porcelain factories among collectors is Royal Worcester. The Worcester porcelain company was founded in 1751.

The First Period of Worcester (1751-76) is sometimes called the Dr. Wall period after John Wall, one of the founders and major shareholders. During this period, Worcester was using the formula for soft paste porcelain which was obtained when they took over Lund's Bristol Porcelain works in 1752.

Worcester also introduced the use of transfer printing on porcelain in 1757, which reduced the need for hand painting which was time consuming and expensive.

In 1783 Thomas Flight purchased the factory for his sons Joseph & John. This period led to a change in the porcelain paste used, achieving a much better, whiter body. The style of decoration during this period became much more neoclassical in style.

In 1793 Martin Barr became a partner in the firm. As the partnership changed so did the names, Barr, Flight, Barr (1807-13), Flight Barr, Barr (1813-40).

In 1840 Worcester amalgamated with the Chamberlains' factory, also located at Worcester, but still producing from both works. more...
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Cased Royal Worcester coffee service six demi-tasse cup and saucers painted with highland cattle signed H Stinton (one sterling silver coffee spoon missing)

Royal Worcester vase and cover ovoid body painted with highland cattle signed H Stinton 24 cm high, complete with internal cover

Royal Worcester specimen vase ovoid body painted with highland cattle signed H Stinton 14 cm high

A Royal Worcester baluster hand painted vase decorated with highland cattle, signed Harry Stinton, 26 cm high

A pair of Royal Worcester hand painted highland cattle plaques signed Harry Stinton, 26 cm diameter

A small Royal Worcester potpourri lidded vase, painted with Highland Cattle, signed H. Stinton. Height 13 cm

A small Royal Worcester trumpet shaped vase, painted with Highland Cattle, signed H. Stinton. Height 12 cm

A small Royal Worcester bulbous vase, painted with Highland Cattle, signed H. Stinton. Height 7 cm

A small Royal Worcester vase of squat circular shape with short neck, painted with Highland cattle signed H. Stinton. Diameter 10 cm

Harry Stinton for Royal Worcester, two porcelain cabinet plates, c. 1926, each depicting highland cattle in a misty landscape, gilded rim, signed, with printed marks to undersides (2), diameter 23.5 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, double Bay, NSW

Royal Worcester 'Highland cattle' pair of plates by Harry Stinton with rich gilding to the rim & a sky blue border, decorated with highland cattle & signed. Condition: good to fair, minor scratches to the blue border, diameter 27 cm

Royal Worcester 'Highland Cattle' covered urn by Harry Stinton with rich gilding, decorated with highland cattle & signed lower right, a highland cameo to the back with two leaf form handles. Shape number 2701, RNo.669188. Height 16.8 cm

Royal Worcester pot pouri vase, handpainted with highland cattle, signed H. Stinton, 11 cm high approx.

Royal Worcester pot pourri & cover painted with highland cattle, signed H. Stinton, 12 cm height

Royal Worcester circular plaque painted with castle ruin, signed H. Stinton, 13.5 cm diameter

Royal Worcester tea cup & saucer painted with highland cattle, signed H. Stinton

Royal Worcester vase & cover painted with highland cattle, signed H Stinton, 36 cm height (lacking internal cover)

Royal Worcester twin handled urn & cover ovoid body painted with highland cattle, signed H Stinton, 28 cm height

Royal Worcester ovoid twin handled vase & cover painted with highland cattle, signed H Stinton, 26 cm height

A mid-20th century Royal Worcester Highland Cattle vase by Harry Stinton, the two cattle painted in a traditional landscape, signed, cylindrical form with pierced rim, scrolling feet and gilt highlights, shape G42. Height 14.5 cm

A Royal Worcester Hadley shape potpourri and cover by Harry Stinton, circular fluted shape with moulded decoration, hand painted with highland cattle in a landscape and a vignette of heather in mist, shape H278. Height 9 cm

A Royal Worcester potpourri urn and cover painted by Harry Stinton, (1883-1968), ovoid shape 2048 with moulded and gilded detail at the foot and shoulder, with internal cover and pierced cupola lid with further lavish gilding. The body painted with Highlan

A mid-20th century Royal Worcester hand painted Highland Cattle potpourri by Harry Stinton, the lobed ovoid vase with two cattle in a landscape setting, gilt enrichments, the pierced lid with ovoid finial, the point with chip. Printed marks, date code for

A Royal Worcester hand painted Highland Cattle specimen vase by Harry Stinton, the front painted with two cattle in a lakeside landscape, small vignette to the reverse, signed, printed marks including the date code for 1908, gilt highlights. Height 14 cm

A boxed Royal Worcester porcelain set of six demi-tasse gilt cups and saucer painted by Harry Stinton, 1920, with Highland cattle in a misty landscape, puce factory mark and silver gilt spoons by Henry James Hulbert, London 1919, fixed box with retail̵

Royal Worcester framed plaque plain circular painted with highland cattle signed H Stinton 13.5 cm dia

Royal Worcester cabinet plate decorated with Highland Cattle, signed H. Stinton

A Royal Worcester reticulated footed vase 'Mountain Cattle' by Harry Stinton, 1937, of cylindrical form on three scroll feet, model no G47, 22.5 cm high

A rare Royal Worcester vase, 'Six Sailing Boats' by Harry Stinton, 1905, of pedestal cylindrical form painted both sides, Rd no 427446 model 2318, 19.5 cm high

A mid-20th century Royal Worcester ovoid potpourri by Harry Stinton, painted with three highland cattle within a landscape setting, gilded basket weave to the base and pierced domed lid, internal cover with short finial, painted vignette to the reverse. Si

Royal Worcester lidded vase, Highland Cattle painted by H. Stinton (restored finial to cover)

Royal Worcester ewer ovoid body painted with highland cattle signed H. Stinton circa 1911 #1309, 27 cm height

Royal Worcester urn and cover ovoid body painted with highland cattle signed H. Stinton, 1912 #2336, 37 cm height

A fine Royal Worcester plaque by Harry Stinton 1920s. The oval enamel decorated plaque of highland cattle in a landscape setting mounted in a sterling silver frame by Sanders & Mackenzie, 1926 Birmingham, and with later outer mount and frame. Height 10

Royal Worcester 'Highland cattle' pair of ewers by Harry Stinton of inverted funnel shape, with elaborate gilt handles & banding, stamped & dated 1910, numbered '1260'. Condition: good, minor wear to the gilding. Height 16 cm

A pair Royal Worcester highland cattle vases by, Harry Stinton, circa 1950, hand painted porcelain, signed 'H Stinton' with printed factory marks to base. Height 10 cm

Royal Worcester handpainted highland cattle vase signed H. Stinton, 8 cm high approx

A Royal Worcester fluted vase, Harry Stinton, circa 1917, the compressed cylindrical body with an elongated and fluted neck, hand painted with a highland cattle scene, signed H. Stinton supported by a circular pedestal foot, puce factory mark to base, patt

A pair of Royal Worcester vases, Harry Stinton, circa 1911, compressed circular, with a fluted neck, hand painted with a highland cattle scene, signed by the artist, green factory mark to base, model no. 702, 15 cm high

A Royal Worcester vase, painted by Harry Stinton, dated 1907, having an ovoid body, depicting Highland cattle in a misty landscape, by and signed 'H. Stinton', with applied leaf form handles to the shoulder, surmounted by a green gilt highlighted w

A pair of Royal Worcester vases, painted by Harry Stinton, dated 1910, (2), the vases of spherical form, depicting Highland cattle in a Scottish landscape, surmounted by waisted gilded stems mounted with loop handles, supported on spreading circular bases,

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