PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE ROUND BUTTER TUB DISH STAND - CAUGHLEY FENCE PATTERN
"A rare and
desirable piece of blue and white Caughley English porcelain produced
at Thomas Turner's Caughley Salopian
Porcelain Factory, Broseley, Shropshire.It is a dish or
stand for a circular butter tub and dates from
c.1775-85. Blue and white transfer printed decoration is the Fence pattern: an attractive blue and white
usually found on early Worcester porcelains. It is rarely found
on Caughley porcelain. An intriguing
reference and display piece of fine antique eighteenth century English
porcelain for collectors to enjoy." Antiques Expert
An identical stand with the Caughley Fence pattern, alongside the more
common Worcester version, for comparison, is
illustrated in English
China, Geofrey A. Godden page 150 plate 285.
width 170 mm max.
as illustrated Caughley 'C' mark.
The piece is excellent with no damages to porcelain body or restoration.
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