Royal Worcester, or Royal Worcester Porcelain Company Ltd, didn't acquire the name with which we are all familiar until 1862, but it's origins actually date back to 1751 when Dr John Wall and William Davis acquired the Bristol Pottery, and discovered the secret of making soft paste porcelain. During these early years the pottery changed ownership and name several times, but once settled they established a name for themselves producing Limoges-style enameled porcelains, dessert services, vases, figurines and ornaments.
The 20s and 30s saw the introduction of high-quality bone china, which formed the origins of many of the colourful floral and blue and white designs for which they are so regarded today. Oven to tableware was introduced in the 1960s, along with dinner ware in both modern and traditional patterns.
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