We have one the largest retail collections of Royal Worchester Dorothy Doughty "Birds of America." These delicate items are some of the finest examples of the porcelain makers' art by Royal Worcester produced under the watchful eye of naturalist and ornithologist-turned-designer Dorothy Doughty.

They are available for sale in-store only. You must pick up your Doughty birds. We can not ship them due to their delicate nature.

You may use our Contact Us page, or give us a good old fashioned phone call if you are searching for a particular bird or pair.


Dorothy Susan Doughty (Sanremo 1892–1962) was a British sculptor and potter. She was the daughter of poet, writer, and traveller Charles Montagu Doughty.

She is mostly known for her collection of porcelain American birds. She modeled a series of thirty-six pairs and three individual models of American birds which were designed between 1933 and 1960. They were produced by Royal Worcester, a British porcelain firm. An entire series of her porcelain birds is exhibited at the Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas.