Over 500 years ago Chinese potters first experimented with copper oxide glazes to create a fiery red finish that became known as “flambé.” After much experimenting and hard work, the Doulton company found immediate success at the St. Louis Exhibition in 1904. More experimenting continued in order to perfect the art of flambé. In 1920 Royal Doulton exhibited its new 'Sung' wares and proved that they were still the pioneers in the flambé field.

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