Royal Doulton Bone China Dinnerware
Established back in 1815 in Lambeth, London, Royal Doulton is one of the world's most recognisable names in tableware, dinnerware and ceramic collectables. It originally made stoneware articles, including decorative bottles and salt glaze sewer pipes, before focusing its efforts on character jugs, vases and decorative pieces. It was at the turn of the 20th century that the company came to the attention of the Royal Family, and it was sold the Royal Warrant in 1901, which is when it officially became Royal Doulton.Bunnykins Mugs
One of the most popular of Royal Doulton's kitchen items is its Bunnykins mugs, which are handmade from bone china and decorated with scenes from the classic children's book. They feature an easy-to-hold design for small hands and are a sentimental item that your children will cherish well into their adult years.Dinnerware Sets
Create the perfect table setting when friends and family are visiting or a classic look for everyday use with Royal Doulton bone china dinnerware sets. These 16-piece sets come with four dinner plates, side plates, bowls and mugs in a range of colours and designs. Opt for classic white or cafe blue, as well as designs by celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay and Donna Hay.Plates and Bowls
Do you want to add a splash of colour to your next dinner party? Look for tapas Royal Doulton bone china dinnerware plates and bowls, which come in sets of eight and are perfect for small sharing portions. You can also complement your dinnerware with purpose-designed noodle bowls and cereal bowls that are sold in sets of four.Outdoor Dinnerware
Rather than using paper plates or your old dinnerware for outdoor dining, opt for the ocean-inspired Pacific collection of Royal Doulton dinnerware. It's made from heavy-duty melamine that can survive the outdoor conditions and features bold blue designs that will really make a statement. Alternatively, look for the 1815 outdoor dinnerware collection that combines vibrant reds, purples and oranges with a hand-dipped effect.