from Kloster Veilsdorf on December 28th 1794 finally received the required permission.
The first Bavarian porcelain factory at first concentrated on normal household items as well as coffee, tea and cocoa sets but soon also started to create complete dinner settings.
RW nor any other authority on porcelain or pottery will have the faintest idea what you are talking about if you say you have a Type 2A RW egg coddler.
The characteristics of a coddler that are used to determine the type of coddler are the backstamp and the screw threads.
He also kept the product range and only made minor changes in decoration style; the further decorators employed increased the workforce to around 70 people.
Antique bone china was always expensive and difficult to work with.
Type 1 has a backstamp that consists of a shield with the words ROYAL CHINA WORKS over the top and WORCESTER underneath. This backstamp is actually the imprint of George Grainger and Company.
The Grainger porcelain works was started in 1801 by Thomas Grainger.
If you are at all interested in antique bone china you will need to keep this guide handy. This section is not a directory of pottery marks, but explains who founded the company, in what era, and what happened subsequently. The A - Z directory starts immediately below a short introduction.
Bone china is a type of porcelain with added animal bone.