The range of wares produced by the Doulton Company since its inception in 1815 has been vast and varied. The earliest ware produce in Lambeth, England, were salt-glazed pitchers, plain and fancy figural bottles, etc. In 1882 a second factory built in Burslem continued to produce famous figurines, character jugs, series ware and table services. Some known today are the Gibson Girl series (1901), Dickenware (1911-1940) featuring illustrations by Charles Dickens with many of his famous characters, the Robin Hood series (1914), to name a few. But the most popular today is the Bunnykin, introduced in 1933, continues its popularity to the present day.