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Table shape with 6 long and short lobes at rim, and edge moulding

For a dessert shape with a similar rim, but without the edge moulding click here.

Since neither design on this page utilises the moulding as part of the design, it is not particularly easy to see. It is more clearly visible of pattern 6/3703, as the border has a less busy design.

The "J. P. Westhead" service

Pattern 6/3703

 

The "J. P. Westhead" service

For dessert wares from the same service see here.

The dinner plate is 260mm in diameter. Bone china.

J. P. Westhead Servive plate front

J. P. Westhead Servive plate backstamp

Photos © Robert Hawker 2017

J P Westhead was a Manchester merchant and manufacturer. He married the Brown heiress of Lea Castle at Wolverly, and thereafter changed his surname to Brown-Westhead. Exactly for what reason the presentation was made is not clear. It is possible that Thomas Chappell Brown-Westhead, who took over Cauldon Place from John Ridgway, was his son, but I have been unable to confirm this for certain.

 

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Pattern 6/3703

The dinner plate is 254mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 6/3703 dessert plate front

Pattern 6/3703 dessert plate back

Pattern 6/3703 dessert plate pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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