Royal Doulton Maureen HN2481 figurine 1987 Vanity Fair Ladies
Beautiful Maureen was issued by Royal Doulton as part of the Vanity Fair Ladies series.
Maureen figurine features:
- Made in England
- c. 1980 - 1989
- Good condition, no chips, cracks, crazing or restoration.
- 20cm high
Measurements are approximate.
New – new purchase, not previously owned. Currently in production, in the original packaging, purchased from the manufacturer through retail or third-party distribution.
New Discontinued – not in production, previously purchased or owned, in the original packaging, purchased from the manufacturer through retail or third-party distribution.
Unused, Never Used – in the original packaging, never washed or removed from packaging.
Excellent Condition – no visible usage marks, chips, scratches, cracks, loss of trim or discolouration to the pattern and may have been washed or displayed only.
Good Condition – some usage, minimal usage marks, no chips, cracks, loss of trim or discolouration to the pattern. Most vintage china is in this category.
Fair Condition – visible usage, some surface scratches, loss of trim, fading of pattern or colours or some stains.
Poor Condition – damaged, cracked, chipped, no trim.
Vintage and Pre-loved
Our vintage and preloved items come with a history of use, wear, or small defects that will not impact the joy of owning them. It is common to see tool marks, painting and gilding slips, internal and surface bubbles or spots created during the manufacturing processes used in the past. Manufacturing defects are not considered damage or noted in the description. The history and manufacturing of vintage items create the charm and appeal of exquisite vintage treasures that are not in new pristine condition.
Vintage treasures are described and represented to the best of our knowledge, noting any chips, cracks, crazing as outlined in the Condition Rating below. Photos will form part of the description to assist you in your decision-making process.
History of Paragon
Star China Co introduced Paragon China in 1903 by the founding partner's Herbert James Aynsley (founder of John Aynsley & Sons), John Gerrard Aynsley and William Illingworth. In 1920 Paragon China become The Paragon China Company and Paragon China Limited in 1930.
The company was taken over by Thomas C. Wild & Sons Ltd, manufacturers of Royal Albert in 1960 and merging with the Lawlery Group Ltd known as Allied English Potteries Ltd in July 1964.
In 1972 Paragon became part of Royal Doulton and continued to produce china under Paragon until 1991. Royal Albert absorbed the Paragon name and patterns by 1989 and in 1992 the Paragon name was discontinued.
Source: Royal Albert Patterns, History of Paragon China
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