Webb Corbett/Royal Doulton

Webb Corbett became established in Amblecote in 1914. The firm had a factory in Tutbury, near Burton-on Trent, as well as in Stourbridge. In 1969 it became part of Royal Doulton, who changed the production method and modernised patterns. The Tutbury works closed in1980. The product was marketed as “Royal Doulton Crystal by Webb Corbett”.  In 1986 it became “Webb Corbett by Royal Doulton Crystal”.  In 1994 the product range was rationalised. Cutting was continued on imported blanks until closure in 2000. All Royal Doulton glass is now imported.

Webb Corbett

Characteristics of Webb Corbett

Very retro look. Feet often small in proportion to the bowl. Glass light compared to other makes. Patterns not too complex, with combinations of diamond shapes, fans and small thumbprint marks. Royal Doulton tends to be taller with plain stems.

Beverley

Trumped
Wine
Price: Not available


Below are examples of our stock. Click here for a full list of patterns available.


 

Webb Corbett Canterbury

Canterbury

Tumbler
Height: 80mm
Price: £15

Webb Corbett Cardinal

Cardinal

Wine
Height: 119mm
Price: £25

Webb Corbett Prince Charles

Prince Charles

Iced Tea
Height: 160mm
Price: £25

Webb Corbett Elegance

Elegance

Flute
Height: 215mm
Price: £20

Webb Corbett Georgian

Georgian

Champagne
Height: 95mm
Price: £15

Webb Corbett Gothic

Gothic

Tumbler
Height: 96mm
Price: £20

Webb Corbett Helene

Helene

Decanter
Price: Not available

Webb Corbett Julia

Julia

Flute
Height: 184mm
Price: £25

Webb Corbett Juno

Juno

Port
Height: 107mm
Price: £20

Webb Corbett Prince Regent

Prince Regent

Tumbler
Height: 86mm
Price: £25

Webb Corbett Windsor

Windsor

Wine
Height: 133mm
Price: £20

Webb Corbett Vanbrough

Vanbrough

Wine
Height: 160mm
Price: £20