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  • Today, however, the name "Royal Doulton" is synonomous with fine china and there are probably few who know that the City of London was drained through Doulton salt-glazed pipes, that the London Underground was largely electrified with Doulton insulators, that the facades of Harrods 'famous Knightsbridge store in London, the Calgary Herald building and the Pacific Railroad Hotel in Vancouver were all built of Doulton terra cotta.

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  • Note: Judy Boss made two changes to the text: on page 63, line 11, she added a terminal period after "Doulton" and on page 90, line 4, she added a terminal period after "dresses"

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  • I had a large collection of salt and pepper shakers, Royal Doulton figures, Wedgwood Jasperware, souvenir spoons and stuff from my travels all over the world.

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  • As for the trade that gave the Potteries their name, who hasn't heard the sad stories of Minton, Royal Doulton and Wedgwood?

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  • Over recent decades, entire empires have disappeared as production moved overseas and dinner services and tea sets dropped out of wedding lists; Doulton had 18 factories in 1977 and now there are none.

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  • Royal Doulton GRANT LEE civil war two faced jug mug

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  • I promised him prime rib in wild mushrooms and red wine, and tuna au poivre perfectly rare, on the Royal Doulton with candles every night.

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  • Victorian ceramic tablets, crafted by Royal Doulton, plain in design,

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  • It means added sophistication, Royal Doulton china, fine wines and cabin crew that speak foreign languages.

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  • Your coverage of the interview with Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Doulton was deeply disturbing RAF stretched to the limit, air chief warns, 4 April.

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