Cauldon Place Works
'Dresden' Tea and Breakfast Shape

Some, at least, of the patterns use 'Dorset' covered pieces. Whether this is a general practice or only applies to certain patterns will, no doubt, become clear with further research. Where this has been observed, it is noted under the specific pattern.

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

 

Pattern 2/4094

 

Pattern 2/4094

The pattern book entry shows an illustration of a cup matching the pattern shown below.

The milk jug ('Dorset' shape) is 125mm high, 137mm lip to handle, and 100mm wide. Bone china.

Pattern 2/4094 milk jug top

Pattern 2/4094 milk jug side

Pattern 2/4094 milk jug lip

Pattern 2/4094 milk jug handle

Pattern 2/4094 milk jug base

Pattern 2/4094 milk jug pattern number

The slop bowl is 169mm in diameter, and 84mm high. Bone china.

Pattern 2/4094 slop bowl top

Pattern 2/4094 slop bowl side

Pattern 2/4094 slop bowl base

Pattern 2/4094 slop bowl pattern number

The large saucer dish is 218mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/4094 large saucer dish front

Pattern 2/4094 large saucer dish back

Pattern 2/4094 large saucer dish pattern number

The tea cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/4094 tea cup and saucer

The saucer is 144mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/4094 saucer front

Pattern 2/4094 saucer back

Pattern 2/4094 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 93mm in diameter, and 55mm high. The handle protrudes 20mm. Bone china.

Pattern 2/4094 tea cup top

Pattern 2/4094 tea cup side

Pattern 2/4094 tea cup handle

Pattern 2/4094 tea cup base

Pattern 2/4094 tea cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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