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Royal Doulton Bunnykins has been in continuous production since Following the war, production did not restart until Royal Doulton purchased the Beswick factory in After this, Bunnykins were numbered with the prefix DB and are still produced to this day. Thanks for your reply. Now can you advise me why two bunnykins bowls I have — one has to in the back stamp while another with the same scene does not please. Grateful thanks, Irene. Irene, Does the other bowl have a stamp at all?
Bunnykins continued to be produced in England until Bunnykins figurines and tableware are most produced in Asia. Introduced in , Bunnykins tableware depicted Mr. Bunnykins and other rabbits dressed in human clothing, in colorful rural and small-town English scenes, lord-printed on white china.
Royal Doulton is a centuries-old British manufacturer of stoneware, china dishware and figurines. Royal Doulton stamped pieces with identifying marks and symbols that provide collectors with important information about origin, age and value. The factory produced stoneware, decorative bottles and sewer pipes. The company became "Doulton" in With his son Henry, John Doulton established the factory as a manufacturer of fine English stoneware.