History and Hallmarks Royal Worcester Porcelain - fine porcelain dinnerware
Do you know it was originally produced in an old mansion?
The "warm house" for rent is adapted to the use of the pottery factory.
In the mid-18th century, some of England's most famous residents were deeply concerned about the city's declining industrial conditions.
A gentleman named Dr. John Wall came up with a plan to set up a pottery company.
He hopes China can produce good products, which will help solve the problem of slow economic growth in Worcester.
During the year, 1751 of the city gentlemen registered to set up the company "Worcester tangjin.
The company is located in an old mansion "warm house" that is leased and renovated according to the use of the factory.
Actual partners have little experience in producing porcelain skills.
This historical document shows the names of the two gentlemen, who do keep the secret of making fine porcelain.
Some people think R. Podmore, and J.
Lyes are skilled workers hired from other pottery companies who bring the secret of making fine porcelain recipes.
To ensure their loyalty, both were promised tips and a small amount of profit occasionally.
In the age of startup, Dr. John Wall produced only small pieces of pottery due to lack of kiln capacity.
By the end of 1752, his business was booming and he began to produce a complete set of otf tableware and many other useful household items.
While the company continues to focus on attracting the Chinese market, they also recognize the need for China to produce products that meet daily use.
Most of the time, the most popular companies, such as Chelsea and bow, like China very much, mainly because of its beautiful design and exquisite porcelain.
Worcester strives to make China not only attractive in design, but also worth the daily use of housewives.
The finer porcelain can't withstand the change of water temperature, and it is easy to crack with the change of temperature.
At the same time, the porcelain produced by the Chinese is very fine, able to adapt well to the changing temperature, very durable, fine and attractive in design. In 1776, Dr.
Wall died, and his company soon showed signs of trouble and bad income.
In 1783, Thomas flight, which served as an agent in the company's early years, bought Worcester pottery for 3000.
The flight and his two sons (Joseph and John) were responsible for the management of pottery works.
In 1793 flight, there was a partner, Mr. \"Martin Barr.
"The company has now been renamed, flying and Bal.
In 1807, the son of Bal of the same name was accepted as a partnership, and the company became bar, flight and bar.
By 1829, the last flight was dead and the company will continue to operate by Barrs.
Finally, in 1840, Worcester became a partner of Chamberlain pottery and became Worcester royal porcelain, which is still open to date. Worcester --
1876-logo used in
It was a logo that was adopted in 1876 until Royal Worcester was added to the logo in 1891.
The representative of 51 was 1751.
When the factory started, Dr. Wall.
You will also notice the letter W used multiple times in the marked circle.
The "c" I 've heard is described as likely to mean "about", in fact, it's the derivation of the new moon mark that the company first used.
And appeared in the coat of arms on the wall of the warm house where the first factory was located.
There is also speculation that it represents Chamberlain.
Chamberlain merged with Worcester in 1840.
Chamberlain also worked at start-up firm Worcester, an artist and chief designer before leaving and starting his own company in 1783.
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