Years active: c.1775 – c.1799
Location: Broseley, Shropshire, England
Founded by Ambrose Gallimore and Thomas Turner, Caughley porcelain works was a producer of fine tea-wares and and serverware that was often compared to the likes of Worcester. Throughout the factory’s operational years, it found its niche in producing mostly blue printed and painted wares, often gilt by Chamberlains of Worcester; aimed towards the growing English middle-class in late 18th Century England.
In 1799, the company was incorporated into the Coalport / Coalbrookdale manufactory just down the road.