Royal Doulton Figurine, “Lunchtime”, HN 2485, Ca. 1973

Royal Doulton, a classic English name in tableware and ceramics with a pedigree dating back to 1815, was granted the Royal warrant in 1901 by King Edward VII. Royal Doulton launched its definitive HN Series of Pretty Lady figurines in 1913, and these collectables increased in popularity exponentially, driving the move into collectable figurines by 1939. In 2005, this historic name became part of the Waterford Wedgwood group. Today, Royal Doulton is a world-class brand in quintessential British tableware, collectable figurines, crystal, glass and giftware.

This delightful figurine titled "Lunchtime", designed by Mary Nicholl, with production between 1973 and 1981, is a wonderful depiction of a dapper English gentleman sharing a special midday moment with a pair of bushy-tailed friends.

Condition is mint, free from chipping, cracking, crazing or restoration.

Marked at base with Royal Doulton's crest mark, title, HN #2485 and artist's mark.

H 8", W 6", D 4.25".

Item ID: 861

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$250 USD

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