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Something handwritten in red-a 29 outside the stamp to the top right and a red Z 1446/1 towards the bottom. There may be a G under the stamp with 1 dot to the left and 2 to the right. You can look at the pattern on the website to verify my belief. I have a set that has the standard circle, crown - one dot on left, right and top of crown. The plates are white with a robin blue rim and guilt ornament around the blue edge.If that is not the pattern, you can search through* all of the Royal Worcester patterns or narrow down your search by using keywords from the pattern in the search box. Under royal worcester 2 dots left, 3 rings 3 dots right. There are flowers in the middle (each plate has different flowers).Rich patterns such as Japanese style Imari and fine tea wares posed serious competition for the Chamberlain and Barr, Flight & Barr factories in the city.Some exceptionally fine flower and landscape paintings were also produced, usually on straight-sided mugs or classical vases.It has a green mark and an oblong box with numbers on the bottom. I have two bright yellow tea plates that are marked Royal Worcester with the crown but then have some letters and numbers around the edge of the base of the plate ? Thank you Trying to identify a Royal Worcester set of plates and teacups. By the description of the pattern, it appears to be Royal Worcester RW162, although I could be wrong because there is no print.

They were also successful with the development of Chemical Porcelain (for laboratory use) and Semi-porcelain.

Following the death of George Grainger in 1889 the Grainger factory was sold to Royal Worcester who continued manufacture on the St.

Martin’s Gate site until finally closing the works in 1902.

I can't quite see if it is 51 in the centre of the crest or another small symbol!

I was wondering if you had any idea of the year and if it is worth anything?

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During the 1890’s the Grainger factory specialised in the production of hand painted pieces for display, richly jewelled pieces and ivory porcelain in a similar style to Royal Worcester.