For obvious reasons the Royal Doulton 'Norfolk' pattern is avidly collected in East Anglia.

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Two Royal Doulton ‘Norfolk’ pattern chamber pots offered at Suffolk auctioneers Diamond Mills. The example in blue sold for £540 while the example in red sold to the same buyer at £640.

After acquiring the dinner plates and the soup bowls, it is rare forms everyone wants and Suffolk auctioneers Diamond Mills (10% buyer's premium) of Felixstowe could offer two chamber pots on March 23.

The example in the commonly seen blue and white pattern soared away to sell for £540 while the following lot, a slightly rarer jerry printed with the same design in red sold to the same buyer at £640. Apparently, the less successful red-printed Norfolk was only produced in Burslem for a short period of perhaps six months.