Queen Victoria Figurines from Royal Doulton

Royal Doulton has commissioned several royal figurines and continues to produce numerous figurines based on events celebrated by the present Royal Family, however they have done several of Queen Victoria over the years. The figurines shown below still appear at various auction sites.

Royal Doulton Queen Victoria HN 3125

Royal Doulton were commissioned to create the limited edition Queens of the Realm series in honour of the most memorable Queens in British history. The collection was researched and modelled by Pauline Parsons.

The figurine above shows a young Queen Victoria with her King Charles Cavalier Spaniel dogs. The others in the set are Mary, Queen of Scots, Queen Anne and Queen Elizabeth I.

Limited edition of 5,000 pieces first released in 1987.

Queen Victoria HN5705

Royal Doulton were commissioned to create the limited edition Young Queens collection which portrays each of the monarchs at a moment early in their reign. The collection was researched and modelled by Pauline Parsons.

The Queen Victoria figurine was inspired by a gown she wore on a state visit to France in 1855 where she attended a grand ball in Versailles held in honour. The beautiful pale lemon dress is decorated with swathes of flowers around the full skirts and the design including roses, forget-me-nots and lilies. Neil Faulkner drew the intricate floral designs for the figurine after studying the original dress, which is now part of the collection of the Museum of London.

Limited edition of 2,000 pieces first released in 2014.

Young Queen Victoria HN4475

The Young Queen Victoria figurine shows the monarch seated on a chair with a book and wearing a purple dress. The collection was researched and modelled by Pauline Parsons.

Limited edition of 2,500 pieces first released in 2003.

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