Worcester china


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Worcester china

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Worcester porcelain

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(Ceramics) porcelain articles made in Worcester (England) from 1751 in a factory that became, in 1862, the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company. Sometimes shortened to: Worcester
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Worces′ter chi′na

Trademark.
a fine porcelain containing little or no clay, made at Worcester, England, since 1751. Also called Royal Worcester.
[1795–1805]
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Karen recently sold a pair of donated Harrods shoes for PS100 after checking the price on the internet - but one of her volunteers admitted she priced a Royal Worcester china set at 99p for each piece and was devastated to hear a customer phoning a friend to come down and buy it, because it was worth much more than that.
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