CAUGHLEY PORCELAIN FINE TEABOWL PROBABLY CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER DECORATED, COUNTRY FLOWERS PATTERN C.1780-85
"A delightful elegant little gem of Caughley English porcelain. This finely potted Caughley teabowl was produced around the 1780s at Thomas Turner's Caughley Salopian Porcelain Factory, Broseley, Shropshire. Most probably it was decorated by the Chamberlain Worcester decorating establishment with this Country flowers pattern. This piece is unmarked but has a distinctive deep Caughley footrim and creamy white porcelain. A super example of 18th century English porcelain for the discerning Worcester, Caughley and teabowl collector." Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
 
References: See Caughley in Colour - Exhibition Catalogue 2005 exhibits 210, 211 and 291 for similar pattern Caughley items.
Dimensions: height 48 mm max.
Marks: none.
Condition: In good general display condition. Please note that there is a fine hairline crack that runs down one side of the piece adjacent to the yellow flower. It is easier to spot on the inside of the bowl. There is one tiny chip to the footrim. There is no restoration. Gilded pattern displays well but has patches of rubbing wear throughout the top edge circumference.
 
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