Cauldon Place, Bell Works, Church Works, and Broad Street Works
Mugs

No mould appears to have been used for more than one pattern of mug, so all patterns have been placed on one page.

 

Cauldon Place Works

Job Ridgway (and Son(s))
John & William Ridgway

Chariot

 

Bell Works

John & William Ridgway

Pattern 35

Pattern 38

Pattern 269

Pattern 472

 

Church Works and Cobden Works

William Ridgway & Co.
William Ridgway, Son, & Co.

Pattern 174

Pattern 343

Pattern 775

Pattern 776

 

Broad Street Works

Ridgway, Morley, Wear, & Co.

Pattern 223

Francis Morley & Co.

Pattern 3/1365

 

Cauldon Place Works patterns

 

Chariot sprigging

This is not a graduated set of three mugs, indeed I would imagine there is a further size between the largest and middle ones. I purchased them at three different times from three different sources. I thought it best to show all three because of the detail variation in decoration that occurs between different sizes of the same product.

Three Chariot mugs left side

Largest: 87mm high, 99mm diameter, and a handle protruding 39mm. Bone china.

Large Chariot mug left side

Large Chariot mug middle side

Large Chariot mug right side

Large Chariot mug handle side

Large Chariot mug top

Large Chariot mug bottom

Medium: 67mm high, 74mm diameter and a handle protruding 30mm. Bone china.

Medium Chariot mug left side

Medium Chariot mug middle side

Medium Chariot mug right side

Medium Chariot mug handle side

Medium Chariot mug top

Medium Chariot mug bottom

Smallest: 60mm high, 68mm diameter and a handle protruding 28mm. Bone china.

Small Chariot mug left side

Small Chariot mug middle side

Small Chariot mug right side

Small Chariot mug handle side

Small Chariot mug top

Small Chariot mug bottom

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Bell Works Patterns

I have grave reservations in attributing these John & William Ridgway patterns to the Bell Works. For my reasons see here.

 

Pattern 35

For other pieces with a similar decoration see here.

The mug is 74mm high, 77mm diameter and has a handle protruding 25mm. Drab (stone) earthenware with white sprigging.

Pattern 35 mug left side

Pattern 35 mug middle side

Pattern 35 mug right side

Pattern 35 mug handle side

Pattern 35 mug top

Pattern 35 mug bottom

Pattern 35 mug pad mark

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 38

The mug is 65mm high, 70mm diameter and has a handle protruding 23mm. Chocolate earthenware with white sprigging.

Pattern 38 mug left side

Pattern 38 mug middle side

Pattern 38 mug right side

Pattern 38 mug handle side

Pattern 38 mug top

Pattern 38 mug bottom

Pattern 38 mug pad mark

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 269 Mug

For other pieces with a similar decoration see here.

The mug is 86mm high, 86mm diameter and has a handle protruding 31mm. Chocolate earthenware with white sprigging.

Pattern 269 mug left side

Pattern 269 mug middle side

Pattern 269 mug right side

Pattern 269 mug handle side

Pattern 269 mug top

Pattern 269 mug bottom

Pattern 269 mug pad mark

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 472

For other pieces with a similar decoration see here.

The mug is 84mm high, 86mm diameter and has a handle protruding 32mm. White porcelanised body.

Pattern 472 mug left side

Pattern 472 mug right side

Pattern 472 mug handle side

Pattern 472 mug top

Pattern 472 mug bottom

Pattern 472 mug pad mark

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Church Works and Cobden Works Patterns

 

Pattern 174

The 'Olive' shape mug. Pale blue coloured earthenware.

Pattern 174 mug right side

Pattern 174 mug base

Pattern 174 mug pattern number

Photos © Tony Curnock 2020

 

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Pattern 343

The mug is 66mm high, 75mm diameter and has a handle protruding 24mm. Pale blue coloured earthenware.

Pattern 343 mug left side

Pattern 343 mug right side

Pattern 343 mug handle side

Pattern 343 mug top

Pattern 343 mug bottom

Pattern 343 mug pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 775

This mug seems to have slightly more gilt on the handle, otherwise it seems identical to 776 below.

The mug is 62mm high, and 72mm in diameter.

Pattern 775 mug side

Pattern 775 mug handle

Pattern 775 mug pattern number

Photos © Janis Rodwell 2019

 

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Pattern 776

The mugs are 85mm high, and 95mm in diameter. Buff stone coloured earthenware.

Pattern 776 pair of mugs top

Pattern 776 mug side

Pattern 776 pair of mugs side

Pattern 776 pair of mugs handles

Pattern 776 pair of mugs base

Pattern 776 left mug pattern number Pattern 776 right mug pattern number

Photos © Pamela Fields 2019

 

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Broad Street Works Patterns

All entries from the factory pattern description books are reproduced courtesy of The Wedgwood Museum Trust.

 

Pattern 223

The full entry in the Pattern Description Book for Pattern 223 reads:
'Mugs Jugs & Vases &c. Print S Brown. Blue on biscuit. Lustre Edge. Chinese Temple Same as 222 but Not Gilt (except Handles of vases -).'

For other pieces with the same decoration see here and here.

The mug is 74mm high and 79mm diameter at the rim. The handle protrudes by 31mm. Blue Stone body.

Pattern 223 mug left side

Pattern 223 mug middle side

Pattern 223 mug right side

Pattern 223 mug handle side

Pattern 223 mug top

Pattern 223 mug bottom

Pattern 223 mug bottom stamp and pattern number

This mark is typical of the early Ridgway, Morley, Wear, & Co period.

 

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 3/1365

This print does not appear to have had an official name when launched, but was referred to as 'Steam' in the factory engraving department. Exactly how it got this name I am not clear, perhaps it refers to the wispy border visible inside the mug, who knows?
Late versions of this pattern have the number '1365' included in the printed mark. This example is a nice early Francis Morley one with no printed mark.

The full entry in the Pattern Description Book for Pattern 3/1365 reads:
'Table Prussn Sh, Impl Covd ps. Dessert Clarn Ew. Printed in Mulberry, nothing on biscuit, brown edge. As 790 but Ew & Prussn Sh flat printed in Mulberry & flown. enamelld exactly the Same.'
Curiously there is no mention of mugs. This seems to have been a popular pattern, and many extra items were added to the pattern description book forms as time passed.

For other wares with the same print see the 'Steam' print page.

The mug is 83mm high and 93mm diameter at the rim. The handle protrudes by 28mm. Earthenware.

Pattern 3/1365 mug left side

Pattern 3/1365 mug middle side

Pattern 3/1365 mug right side

Pattern 3/1365 mug handle side

Pattern 3/1365 mug top

Pattern 3/1365 mug bottom

Pattern 3/1365 mug bottom pattern number

 

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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