Mary Goode is listed in the Doulton archives as being a Senior Assistant in 1882. The item we show dates from after 1891 as the word ‘England’ appears on the impressed Doulton Siliconware mark.
Items such as this one would have been made to the design of one of the more senior artists, by one or more assistants. The whole item with the exception of the silver rim is made of fired clay, and required considerable skill on the part of the person modelling the clay and glazing it. Below is Mary Goode's Doulton signature mark.
Mary Goode Doulton monogram