Royal Doulton China Pretty Ladies, Celebrating John Bromley Lady, Dorothy May
Royal Doulton China Pretty Ladies, Celebrating John Bromley Lady, Dorothy May
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Item# 40016036
Size: H: 9" x W: 6 1/8"

Dorothy May, named after Johns mother, is a stunning figurine wearing a traditionally styled ball gown decorated in soft shades of mauve. The overskirt with a multitude of flounces and folds cascades over a long flowing skirt which is decorated with a trailing design of delicate flowers. Her blonde hair is tied back with a pale purple bow with gold accents.

John Bromley, a master ceramic sculptor, was an apprentice in the Royal Doulton modeling studios in the 1960s. During his long career he modeled countless beautiful figurines that are now cherished by collectors around the world. In 2013 John died. During his illness he received treatment and support at the world leading cancer hospital The Christie, in Manchester.

The Celebrating John Bromley Collection features four of Johns figurines redesigned in a new color way and named after a member of his close family. For every figurine sold, 5% of the net sales value will be donated to The Christie charity to support vital research into pancreatic cancer.

View the entire Royal Doulton Pretty Ladies Collection.


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King Edward awarded the first Royal Warrant to Royal Doulton in 1901. The Doulton Company then became The Royal Doulton Company. Presently, the Royal Doulton brand holds two Royal Warrants, the Royal Albert brand holds two Royal Warrants and the Minton brand holds one.