The likes of Reginald Ausin and his brother Walter Austin, Harry Ayrton and William Bagnall
, John Freeman and Thomas Lockyer, George Moseley, William Bee, Horace Price, William Ricketts, Sebright, Shuck, Townsend and Twilton provided a pool of extraordinary talent under the foremanship of the renowned William Hawkins that could not be matched at any other porcelain works in the country.
...William Bagnall.William Bagnall
was another of the ‘Terrible Seven' apprentices.He started at Royal Worcester in 1918 and became a fine fruit painter and a master of still life's.William Bagnall
did not fair as well as some of the others during the hard times ahead and although he
stayed at the Royal Worcester
factory throughout the 1920s he
left in the early 30s to take over a fish and chip shop in Guildford.Like all the others in this list his
work is highly regarded and much sought after.