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Early dessert shape with fan moulded handles

For dessert wares of similar shape with grape moulded handles and plates click here.
For dessert wares of similar shape with rose moulded handles and plain plates click here.
For dessert wares of similar shape and arabesque moulded border click here.

Without sprigging:

Ottoman Empire series

With floral sprigging:

Pattern 637

Pattern 806

 

Without sprigging

Ottoman Empire series

For table wares in the same print series see here.

"Piccolo Bent". The oval dessert dish is 263mm long and 193mm wide. Earthenware.

Piccolo Bent oval dessert dish front

Piccolo Bent oval dessert dish back

Piccolo Bent oval dessert dish backstamp

Note the tiny figure '4' in the bottom right. This is not part of the mark but a separate tally mark that is quite common on early Cauldon Place printed wares. Usually it is not placed on top of the mark.

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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With floral sprigging

Pattern 637

Fruit basket and stand. Bone china.

Pattern 637 fruit basket and stand

The fruit basket is 237mm long, 122mm wide and 107mm high.

Pattern 637 fruit basket top view

Pattern 637 fruit basket pattern number

The fruit basket stand is 224mm long and 176mm wide.

Pattern 637 fruit basket stand

Pattern 637 fruit basket stand pattern number

The shell dish is 223mm long and 194mm wide. Bone china.

Pattern 637 shell dish

Pattern 637 shell dish pattern number

The dessert plate is 202mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 637 dessert plate

Pattern 637 dessert plate pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2009

 

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Pattern 806

I admit to being a little mystified by the difference between patterns 637 and 806. The fruit basket and stand (637) and the dessert plate (637) both have gilt centre rings round the print, whereas the shell dish (637) and the comport (806) do not. Equally the fruit basket and stand (637) and the comport (806) both have heavily gilt handles, whereas the shell dish (637) only has a simple gilt outline. Either difference would, I would have thought, require a new pattern number. However, this is an early period and the patterns were not always consistently held to. If anyone reading this has pieces of either pattern number, even if they seem substantially different, I would be very interested and grateful to hear of them.

The comport is 313mm long, 211mm wide and 118mm high. Bone china.

Pattern 806 comport side view

Pattern 806 comport top view

Pattern 806 comport pattern number

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