Caughley sauceboat, rib moulded with underglaze blue flower groups, c. 1780

$780.00 AUD

Caughley sauceboat, the body moulded with ribs and rococo scroll framed reserves, painted in underglaze blue with panels of flowers, scattered sprigs, and a large bug to the front panel, the rim and interior lip with a cell border. Crescent mark in imitation of Worcester, c.1780

Condition

small rim chip and firing flaw

Size

20cm spout to handle

References

Caughley and Worcester both made this ribbed form, the main difference being the handle shape. ref. Godden -Caughley & Worcester porcelains, p.257 for an example alongside the shard from the Caughley factory site.

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