Cauldon Place Works
Flower Pots, Baskets, etc.

 

Job Ridgway

Pattern 108

Pattern 132

Job Ridgway & Sons
John & William Ridgway

Pattern 3/560

T. C. Brown-Westhead, Moore, & Co.

'Flower Trough'

 

Pattern 108

The bough pot. Drabware.

Pattern 108 bough pot front

Pattern 108 bough pot front detail

Pattern 108 bough pot top

Pattern 108 bough pot back and dimensions

Pattern 108 bough pot base

Pattern 108 bough pot pattern number

Photos © Janis Rodwell 2018

 

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Pattern 132

The bough pot (minus lid). Earthenware.

Pattern 132 bough pot top

Pattern 132 bough pot left end

Pattern 132 bough pot left quarter

Pattern 132 bough pot middle front

Pattern 132 bough pot right quarter

Pattern 132 bough pot right end

Pattern 132 bough pot back

Pattern 132 bough pot base

Pattern 132 bough pot pattern number

Photos © Christopher Mullins 2020

 

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Pattern 3/560

The posy baskets. Bone china.

Pattern 3/560 pair of posy baskets

Pattern 3/560 posy basket side 1

Pattern 3/560 posy basket side detail 1

Pattern 3/560 posy basket side detail 2

Pattern 3/560 posy basket side detail 3

Pattern 3/560 posy basket side detail 4

Pattern 3/560 posy basket bases

Pattern 3/560 posy basket pattern number 1 Pattern 3/560 posy basket pattern number 2

Photos © Vitor Aguiar Branco Sampaio 2019

 

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'Flower Trough'

The 'Flower Trough' is 292mm long, 70mm wide, and 77mm tall.
It is difficult to tell if this is blue coloured earthenware, or ordinary earthenware covered with a blue slip. I suspect the latter.

Flower Trough side

Flower Trough end

Flower Trough top

Flower Trough base

Flower Trough mark

The registration diamond is for 1 May 1871, Parcel 9.
Dr. Godden states that the registration was for '2 Designs for flower troughs'. Ridgway Porcelains (1985), p.218.

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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