Royal Worcester Marks were first placed on pottery and porcelain in 1862 but it was 1867 before it became common place.But pieces bearing the crescent mark are rare and usually the provence of specialist collectors.Whether you are looking for a complete new china set, a special gift for someone you care about, or to replace a single item from a discontinued pattern, we will endeavour to provide you with better service and better value than you will find anywhere else.
Learning about styles and shapes can also help date pieces, particularly on the older pieces from the early 1800s when many were not marked.
The resulting mark was often uneven and sometime arced.
In about 1769 he adopted the familiar mark with the name impressed from a single slug.
From 1862 until 1867 the last two numbers of the year would be used.
These could be printed or impressed under the circle but like all impressed marks these could be difficult to see when they fill with glaze.