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This method was used until 1927 when there were eleven dots arranged around the single small star.
From 1928 Royal Worcester introduced a different shape as the date code for each preceding year, until 1933, when they started the method of adding an additional dot for each year.
The more modern items, from the late 60's onwards, mostly used black or gold back-stamps.The more decorative pieces, not designed for everyday use, often used a mark with no date code or manufacture year.It has the Royal Worcester circle with crown above. Around the circle it says Royal Worcester Bone China and underneath the circle it says Made in England with a W on the top and two dots on each is a black and white fruit pattern with small flowers, gold trimmed and was purchased in the Bahamas in 1952.The marks almost always included a code to indicate the year of manufacture.Between 18 specific indications of the year of manufacture are rare but may sometimes be found in the form of the last two figures of the date, eg , printed below the standard mark.
These sometimes follow the same dot code system, but hard porcelain rarely has any code and is therefore much more difficult to identify.