A Selection of My Past
Collectible Figurines

Here you will find a gallery of some of my favourite collectible figurines from past projects - made by Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester and Coalport etc.  I am proud to say I have worked with some of the finest artisans in the UK, working for some the most prestigious figurine companies in the story of fine china making.

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Royal Worcester, the famous Worcestershire firm, lays claim to be the oldest and original porcelain maker in the UK. 

They were established in 1751.  Closely following were Staffordshire rivals Coalport founded in 1795, but earlier links go back to 20 years.

Royal Doulton, again based in Stoke-on-Trent, were to become huge rivals to Worcester, but were relative latecomers to the porcelain field, having come along originally as drainpipe makers in 1815.  It wasn't until 1904 that they won their Royal Warrant for making fine porcelain.

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Charlotte - Royal Worcester Figurine of the Year Louisa Figurine - Coalport's 'The Royal Garden Party' Rosita - a figurine by Royal Doulton
Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

Charlotte - Royal Worcester Figurine of the Year. Sculpted by Peter Holland and based on his eldest daughter, Charlotte.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

Louisa Figurine - Coalport's 'The Royal Garden Party'. An all time best seller using a new 'decal-on-lace' method.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

Rosita - a bone china figurine produced by Royal Doulton. One of the most popular Doulton collectible figurines of recent times.


Designed by Royal Wedding dress designer Elizabeth Emanuel, sculpted by Peter Holland 'Frances' - A Coalport Figurine of the Year designed by Royal Wedding dress designer Elizabeth Emanuel, sculpted by Peter Holland Catherine - Royal Worcester Special 250 years Anniversary by Compton & Woodhouse
Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

'A Dream Come True' - A Coalport piece designed by Royal Wedding dress designer Elizabeth Emanuel, sculpted by Peter Holland.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

'Frances' - A Coalport Figurine of the Year designed by Royal Wedding dress designer Elizabeth Emanuel, sculpted by Peter Holland.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

Catherine - Royal Worcester Special 250 years Anniversary piece, designed by Compton & Woodhouse, sculpted by Peter Holland.


Royal Worcester's Fantasy Collection - the intriguing 'Snow Queen' captured in bone china by Peter Holland From the 'Celtic Princess' collection of Royal Worcester, Princess Tara sold out all 7500 copies of the edition quickly.  A Peter Holland classic. Titania Queen of the Fairies is a perfect partnership between the perfection of the Royal Worcester artistry and the sculpting of Peter Holland
Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

Compton & Woodhouse's Royal Worcester Fantasy Collection - the intriguing 'Snow Queen' captured in bone china by Peter Holland.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

From the 'Celtic Princess' collection of Compton & Woodhouse made by Royal Worcester, Princess Tara quickly became a Peter Holland classic.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

Titania Queen of the Fairies is a perfect partnership between The design skills of Compton & Woodhouse, the making of English Royal Worcester..


Anya was made by Peter Holland especially for Celia Dolls as a favour and his lifelike style helped them launch in the USA.  Peter Holland porcelain dolls are very rare indeed. This mother & child portrait entitled This charming caricature figurine, popular with all the makers at Royal Worcester, was a great fund-raiser for Great Ormond St hospital for children.
Photos © Peter Holland

Anya was made by Peter Holland especially for Celia Dolls as a favour and his lifelike style helped them launch in the USA. Peter Holland porcelain dolls are very rare indeed.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

This mother & child portrait entitled "Sweet Child of Mine" shows well the bond between the two. Design: Compton & Woodhouse. Make: Royal Worcester.

Photos © Compton & Woodhouse

This charming caricature figurine, popular with all the makers at Royal Worcester, Compton & Woodhouse donated a % of profits to Great Ormond St hospital. .


Here is a rundown of what else you will find on these 'Collectible Figurines' Pages:-

I give my take on Coalport Figurines - Coalport - The most magnificent of the early English forerunner factories.

Royal Worcester Figurines - Worcester - The oldest and most prestigious of the early English pioneering porcelain factories.

Royal Doulton Figurines - Doulton - Had a surge of power and influence at the turn of the 20th century.

A Profile of the Traditional Staffordshire China Pot Bank - the English pot bank - one of the most traditional early English types of factory.

Caring For Figurines look after your art - how to clean and display your collectible figurines.

WHY do we collect? - Figurines are a favourite of keen collectors. I take a look at exactly why.


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