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Royal Worcester used a set of dot markings, starting in 1891, where the number of dots on either side of the crwon or among or below the words of the backstamp indicate the year of manufacture of the piece. 1893 had two dots, one on either side of the crown, and so on, up to 1915, where there are twenty-four dots, six on either side of the crown in two rows, and twelve beneath the words.
The number of dots indicate a the year of manufacture of the piece. In 1916 RW started adding other symbols and marks to the dot code. On egg coddlers, it seems that they stopped using the date codes early.
The backstamp consists of the words ROYAL WORCESTER above and MADE IN ENGLAND beneath the circle.In order to differentiate between different Royal Worcester (RW) coddlers with the same or similar pattern, We use a combination of characteristics of the coddler. As more data becomes available to us, some of these types may change.There are twelve major types of RW coddlers, which will be designated with an Arabic numeral (Type 1 through Type 12).Type 6 is a grouping of examples that we don't really know the chronology of yet. Type 6A has the same wording in the backstamp as Type 7 but in a larger type. Outside the circle appears ROYAL WORCESTER above and PORCELAIN below around the outside of the circle. The screw threads are of the newer, less-dense pitch.The backstamp of Type 9 is black and is imprinted over the glaze. Here is a table backstamp characteristics of those similar types.