Lion and Unicorn, the leading auction house in Florida, has a rich history spanning 30 years, specializing in the sale of Royal Doulton Figurines. Our unwavering commitment to delivering an efficient and high-value selling experience sets us apart.

If you’re wondering where to sell your Royal Doulton Figurines, look no further. Our team of expert appraisers is ready to assess the value of your collection and showcase it to our active buyer base.

As a full-service auction house, Lion and Unicorn offers a comprehensive range of professional services. We handle everything – from picking up your collection to meticulous cleaning, quality photography, and preparation for a live online auction. Our auctions reach a global audience, making us one of the most reputable auction houses in the United States.

Choosing to work with us means choosing a partner who takes care of the hard work, ensuring your Royal Doulton Figurines find the right buyers and achieve the best prices.

Ready to sell your Royal Doulton Figurines? Contact Lion and Unicorn today for a seamless and profitable selling experience.

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Why You Should Sell with L&U

Royal Doulton Vase Collection

You have a choice when deciding where to sell royal doulton figurines. While self-service online retail platforms may seem attractive, the reality is that royal doulton figurines are quite valuable. Lion and Unicorn has specialized in the sale of precious antiques for over 30 years, with an emphasis on the collection, restoration, and sale of royal doulton art pottery. There are few institutions on earth that have more knowledge of the regal royal doulton history or a deeper understanding of the myriad of pieces created in Lambeth, England over the past several hundred years. If you are considering an auction house, look no further than Lion and Unicorn.

Royal Doulton Vase Collection

What you should know about selling royal doulton figurines

Many people ask where to sell royal doulton figurines, in hopes of finding a venue that will maximize the value of their collection and engage a broad audience of active buyers. Lion and Unicorn established a legacy of excellence over the past 30 years by creating one of the most prestigious auction houses specializing in the sale of precious antiques and rare items of value. Royal doulton figurines, in particular, can command significant value at auction, if they are properly positioned and marketed. Listing your collection of royal doulton figurines with Lion and Unicorn is the one of the most financially practical decisions you can make.

How Can Lion and Unicorn Help You Sell Royal Doulton Figurines

  • Our professional staff is specifically trained in the art of auctioneering fine art.
  • We have an unparalleled auction platform that enables global visibility for your collection.
  • Our specialists can appraise your collection to help you maximize its value.
  • Our team can pick up and transport your collection to our gallery where it will be photographed and prepared for auction, at no cost to you.
  • We conduct auctions every week and maintain a full time sales staff to assist with the transactions.


The first Royal Doulton figurines were produced at Lambeth in London and Burslem in Stoke-on-Trent during the 1880s. It is well documented that Charles Noke sought to re-establish the Staffordshire tradition of ceramic figure production. The HN range of figures that we are all so familiar with today was named after Harry Nixon who was in charge of the small band of artists tasked with decorating the first HN figures. Today the HN numbers have passed the 5,000 mark and their popularity continues into the 21st Century.