Included in this section will be Hummel, Royal Doulton, Irish Dresden and other porcelain figurines as well. The range of wares produced by Royal Doulton since its inception in 1815 has been vast and varied. In 1882, a second factory was built in Burslem, England, and continues to produce the famous figurines, character jugs, series ware, and table services so popular with collectors today. After 1920, wares were marked with a lion-with or without a crown-over a circular "Royal Doulton". Hummel figurines were created through the artistry of Berta Hummel, a Franciscan nun called Sister M. Innocentia. The first figures were made by Franz Goebel in West Germany. There have been a number of identifying marks on the figures which will usually date the pieces. Dresden porcelains have been made since about 1855 and continue to be made today. Dresden is known for the porcelain lace work in the pieces.