Dating royal dux marks
The standard printed factory mark, included the number 51 in the centre that refers to the year 1751 when the Worcester Porcelain Company was founded by Dr John Wall.
The mark can appear in any colour, and on a variety of materials.
If you find one than more business name blocked together with others under the same city name, it means that the facility was the same and only the name of the business or the proprietors changed.
In this case it does not matter on which of the names you click as you will be sent to the same page. Kempf Porzellan- und Tonwarenfabrik Klier Porzellan- und Tonwarenfabrik W.&F.
In January 1989 new factory stamps were used with an N in a diamond under the mark.
Soon afterward black numbers were introduced to identify the lithographer.
The piece has the traditional pink triangle marking to the base. The milkmaid wears a long dress with a scarf round her head and a milk pale in her hand. It looks very much like late 19th century Royal Dux pieces. The young lady is wearing fabulous long gown, top is gold and lavender, skirt is gilded rose.