Royal Doulton Bulldogs
Models of Bulldogs were first made by Royal Doulton in the 1940s and by this decade the breed had come to symbolise the steely determination of the British character. The ceramic versions created during the Second World War, featuring flags and hats representing the army, navy and air force, honoured the bravery and determination of military personnel and the UK’s Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.
Alfie is decorated with images synonymous the world over with London. From the majestic London Eye to the legendary black cab, and from the famous London bus to the distinctive Underground logo there’s lots to love about this contemporary graphic design.Royal Doulton Bulldogs
Patch takes his name from his patchwork decoration that’s cleverly formed from silhouettes of Great Britain. Sporting a bright red collar, Patch is the smartest piebald Bulldog in town.Royal Doulton Bulldogs
An original Jack features on M's desk in the 23rd James Bond Movie, Skyfall.
Jack is based on an iconic bulldog, originally modelled by Royal Doulton's great art director Charles Noke in 1941.
Jack survived a traumatic explosion with little more than a few cracks to his face and some charring to the union Jack flag draped over his back. Bequeathed to Bond by ‘M’, he now makes an appearance in the new James Bond movie SPECTRE.
To mark his role in the film, Jack has the reference number DD 007 M.