One of the jobs of the Club is to help you identify and date unusual items and find out other relevant information by referring to the Royal Doulton archives.
To take advantage of all the benefits of membership write for an application form to Royal Doulton International Collectors' Club at U. Branch, Minton House, London Road, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 7QD, Telephone (0782) 744766 or to the appropriate address shown below.
Because it has been in existence for more than 200 years, it is the china pattern with the longest continual production in history. It finds its roots in China, where throughout the 15th through 18th centuries, the Chinese potters were exporting their porcelain wares decorated with hand-painted cobalt designs under glaze.
In the 18th century, companies like the East India Company imported the blue and white Chinese porcelains into England.
Alltrade Printers has completed the largest installation for Renz UK at its Birmingham premises with a fully automate Inline 500 wire binding line.
It joins a similar machine installed at the company 12 years ago.
These remain as, says Mukadam, having the necessary capacity for the brief season when the bulk of litho calendars are produced is vital. We expect to achieve ROI in two-and-half-years,” he adds.During this period Belleek also used impressed mark, with the words "BELLEEK, CO.FERMANAGH" or "BELLEEK", or a small impressed mark of a harp or harp and crown.Members are kept up to date on collecting matters by mailings.Four times a year you will receive the well illustrated Club magazine, full of articles and news concerning Royal Doulton wares past and present.I want to thank Neville Maguire Of the UK Collectors Group for allowing me to put his fantastic article on Belleek Marks on the website.