Cauldon Place Works
'Unhandled', 'Bute', and 'Grecian' shape
tea and breakfast wares

In view of the fact that the early patterns related only to style of decoration and not shape, or colour, or even whether a service was hand-painted or bat-printed, it seems sensible to combine the three shapes on one page. 'Unhandled' and 'Bute' shape saucers are identical.

Geoffrey Godden published a number of photos of these shapes in Ridgway Porcelains (1985) as follows:
Pattern 388, 'Bute' breakfast cup & saucer, p.30, Plate 23.
Pattern 399, New Oval teapot, creamer, & sugar box, p.31, Plates 24 & 25.
Pattern 426 (bat printed), New Oval creamer & sugar box; 'Bute' cup, saucer, & cans, p.33, Plates 26 & 27.
Pattern 426 (painted en grisaille), early London creamer & sugar box; 'Bute' cup & saucer, p.34, Plates 28 & 29
Pattern 487, 'Bute' cup, 'Grecian' cup & early London teapot, p.2, Colour Plate 1.
Pattern 487, 'Bute' cup, can, & saucer, p.30, Plate 22.
Pattern 487, early London teapot, creamer, & sugar box; 'Grecian' large saucer dish, tea cup & saucer, p.67, Plate 64.
Pattern 487, 'Grecian' tea cup & saucer, p.68, Plate 65.
Pattern 2/36, small round teapot, p.38, Plate 34.
Pattern 2/177, London teapot stand, p.89, Plate 93.
Pattern 2/181, early London teapot, sugar box, creamer; 'Grecian' slop bowl, pp.87-8, Plates 89 to 92.
Pattern 2/614, late London teapot & sugar box, p.90, Plates 94 & 95.

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Hare and Leverets

Pattern 311

Pattern 313

Pattern 317

Pattern 336

Pattern 388

Pattern 390

Pattern 391

Pattern 396

Pattern 399

Pattern 405

Pattern 414

Pattern 418

Pattern 426

Pattern 435

Pattern 439

Pattern 446

Pattern 452

Pattern 455

Pattern 460

Pattern 467

Pattern 481

Pattern 487

Pattern 488

Pattern 498

Pattern 2/1

Pattern 2/5

Pattern 2/12

Pattern 2/20

Pattern 2/27

Pattern 2/36

Pattern 2/40

Pattern 2/43

Pattern 2/50

Pattern 2/55

Pattern 2/56

Pattern 2/66

Pattern 2/81

Pattern 2/115

Pattern 2/134

Pattern 2/137

Pattern 2/138

Pattern 2/146

Pattern 2/148

Pattern 2/151

Pattern 2/154

Pattern 2/156

Pattern 2/161

Pattern 2/187

Pattern 2/199

Pattern 2/211

Pattern 2/227

Pattern 2/252

Pattern 2/261

Pattern 2/280

Pattern 2/286

Pattern 2/372

Pattern 2/405

Pattern 2/406

Pattern 2/415

Pattern 2/437

Pattern 2/444

Pattern 2/567

Pattern 2/615

Pattern 2/620

Pattern 2/643 (brown vase)

Pattern 2/676

Pattern 2/713

Pattern 2/729

Pattern 2/739

John & William Ridgway

Pattern 2/1272

Pattern 2/1274

Pattern 2/1341

Pattern 2/1350

Pattern 2/1447

Pattern 2/1489

 

Hare and Leverets

The 'Bute' or 'Unhandled' shape saucer is 5.12 inches (130mm) in diameter. Earthenware.

Hare and Leverets saucer front

Hare and Leverets saucer back

Hare and Leverets saucer mark

An example of the rare impressed "Ridgway" mark.

Photos © Sandra Taylor 2019

 

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Pattern 311

The 'Bute' shape coffee can. Bone china.

Pattern 311 coffee can middle side

Pattern 311 coffee can left side

The number 311 is written in red on the base, but I have no photo of this.

Photos © Anonymous 2020

 

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Pattern 313

'Bute' shape. The saucer is 137mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 313 cup and saucer

Pattern 313 cup and saucer

Pattern 313 cup and saucer

Pattern 313 cup and saucer

Pattern 313 saucer pattern number

Photos © Robert Hawker 2019

The 8 inch muffin is 200mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 313 muffin front

Pattern 313 muffin front detail

Pattern 313 muffin back

Pattern 313 muffin pattern number

Photos © Roger Mortimer 2020

 

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Pattern 317

Birds from Bewick.

The cans have no pattern numbers but Michael Berthoud illustrates a creamer of Ridgway New Oval shape marked 317 in his A Cabinet of British Creamers (1999), p.94, Plate 559. Also a teapot of Ridgway New Oval shape with this decoration has been observed bearing the Pattern number 317.1
The 'Bute' shape coffee can. Bone china.

Pattern 317 coffee can middle side

Pattern 317 coffee can left side

Pattern 317 coffee can base

Pattern 317 coffee can name

The 'Bute' shape coffee can. Bone china.

Pattern 317 coffee can 2 middle side

Pattern 317 coffee can 2 left side

Pattern 317 coffee can 2 base

Pattern 317 coffee can 2 name

Photos © Anonymous 2020

 

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Pattern 336

'Unhandled' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 336 cup and saucer

The saucer is 142mm in diameter.

Pattern 336 saucer front

Pattern 336 saucer side

Pattern 336 saucer base

Pattern 336 saucer pattern number

The cup is 87mm in diameter, and 48mm tall.

Pattern 336 cup top

Pattern 336 cup first side

Pattern 336 cup second side

Pattern 336 cup base

Pattern 336 cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 388

This is the same breakfast cup and saucer illustrated by Geoffrey Godden in his Ridgway Porcelains (Woodbridge, 1985), p.30, Plate 23. You can tell by the rubs in the centre of the saucer being identical. It is also the same breakfast cup illustrated by Michael Berthould in his A Compendium of British Cups (Bridgnorth, 1990), p.58, Plate 346 (also An Anthology of British Cups (Wingham, 1982), p.50, Plate 299). You can tell by where the underglaze blue spreads into the reserves. Ex Christopher May Collection.
I would be very grateful to learn of any other examples of this shape or pattern number that may exist.

The breakfast cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 388 breakfast cup and saucer

The breakfast saucer is 168mm in diameter.

Pattern 388 breakfast saucer front

Pattern 388 breakfast saucer side

Pattern 388 breakfast saucer back

Pattern 388 breakfast saucer pattern number

The breakfast cup is 113mm in diameter and 68mm tall. The handle protrudes 18mm.

Pattern 388 breakfast cup top

Pattern 388 breakfast cup side

Pattern 388 breakfast cup handle

Pattern 388 breakfast cup base

Pattern 388 breakfast cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 390

The 'Bute' shape coffee can. Bone china.

Pattern 390 coffee can left side

The number 390 is written in black on the base, but I have no photo of this.

Photos © Anonymous 2020

 

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Pattern 391

The 'Bute' shape coffee can. Bone china.

Pattern 391 coffee can left side

The number 391 is written in red on the base, but I have no photo of this.

Photos © Anonymous 2020

 

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Pattern 396

'Unhandled' cup & saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 396 cup and saucer

The saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 396 saucer front

Pattern 396 saucer back

Pattern 396 saucer pattern number

The 'Unhandled' cup. Bone china.

Pattern 396 cup top

Pattern 396 cup side

Pattern 396 cup base

Pattern 396 cup pattern number

The cups & saucers vary in size. This may be due to some being on bought in blanks.

Pattern 396 pair of cups and saucers top

Pattern 396 pair of cups and saucers base

Photos © Manel Rico 2020

 

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Pattern 399

A new oval shape teapot, sugar box and creamer of this pattern are illustrated by Geoffrey Godden in his Ridgway Porcelains (Woodbridge, 1985), p.31, Plates 24 & 25.

The teapot. Bone china.

Pattern 399 teapot side

Pattern 399 teapot filter detail

Pattern 399 teapot base

Pattern 399 teapot pattern number

Photos © Jonathan Dutton 2019

 

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Pattern 405

This pattern amply illustrates why I grouped all three shapes on one page. We have a 'Grecian' shape saucer dish with 'Bute' shape cup, can, and saucer. I bought the dish, cup, and saucer from the same source at the same time, so they most probably came from the same service. Only the dish has a pattern number.

The 'Grecian' shape small saucer dish is 197mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 405 small saucer dish front

Pattern 405 small saucer dish side

Pattern 405 small saucer dish back

Pattern 405 small saucer dish pattern number

The 'Bute' shape saucer is 143mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 405 saucer front

Pattern 405 saucer side

Pattern 405 saucer back

The 'Bute' shape cup is 88mm in diameter, and 53mm tall. The handle protrudes 19mm. Bone china.

Pattern 405 cup top

Pattern 405 cup side

Pattern 405 cup handle

Pattern 405 cup base

The 'Bute' shape can is 66mm in diameter, and 57mm tall. The handle protrudes 21mm. Bone china.

Pattern 405 can top

Pattern 405 can side

Pattern 405 can handle

Pattern 405 can base

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 414

The 'Unhandled'/'Bute' shape saucer dish is 8.5 inches in diameter.

Pattern 414 saucer dish front

Pattern 414 saucer dish side

Pattern 414 saucer dish back

Pattern 414 saucer dish pattern number

Photos © Jonathan Charles 2018

 

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Pattern 418

The creamer, of new oval type, is 145mm long, 79mm wide, and 108mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 418 creamer top

Pattern 418 creamer left side

Pattern 418 creamer lip end

Pattern 418 creamer right side

Pattern 418 creamer handle end

Pattern 418 creamer base

Pattern 418 creamer pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 426

According to Dr. Godden this pattern is available in at least two versions, bat-printed in black, and hand-painted en grisaille, the only link being the double edge line, broad and narrow, in gilt. See G. A. Godden, Ridgway Porcelains (Woodbridge, 1985), pp.33-4, Plates 26-29.

This is another 'guess what it is' piece. The seller, I feel more in exasperation than hope, had labelled it a 'tureen stand'. I know of no tureen that would fit it. It certainly is heavily potted enough to be a stand, though I have come across pieces of this vintage that are undoubtedly plates, and equally heavily potted. It shows no rub marks one would expect to find on a stand.
The stand or dish or muffin[?] is 185mm in diameter and 35mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 426 dish front

This print is illustrated by Godden on a saucer. Ridgway Porcelains, p.33, Plate 26.

Pattern 426 dish front detail

Pattern 426 dish side

Pattern 426 dish back

Pattern 426 dish pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 435

The 'Bute' shape tea cup is 85mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 435 tea cup left side

Pattern 435 tea cup middle side

Pattern 435 tea cup right side

Pattern 435 tea cup handle side

Pattern 435 tea cup handle detail

Pattern 435 tea cup top detail

Pattern 435 tea cup left side

The cup has no pattern number. This is quite usual with early Ridgway cups.

Photos © Buckinghamshire Antiques 2020

The 'Bute' shape coffee can. Bone china.

Pattern 435 coffee can left side

The number 435 is written in black on the base, but I have no photo of this.

Photos © Anonymous 2020

The porringer shape tea cup (possibly from a breakfast service) is 78mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 435 porringer tea cup left side

Pattern 435 porringer tea cup middle side

Pattern 435 porringer tea cup right side

Pattern 435 porringer tea cup handle side

Pattern 435 porringer tea cup handle detail

Pattern 435 porringer tea cup top detail

Pattern 435 porringer tea cup base

The cup has no pattern number. This is quite usual with early Ridgway cups.

Photos © Buckinghamshire Antiques 2020

 

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Pattern 439

'Unhandled' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 439 cup and saucer

The saucer is 138mm in diameter.

Pattern 439 saucer front

Pattern 439 saucer side

Pattern 439 saucer back

Pattern 439 saucer pattern number

The cup is 88mm in diameter, and 47mm tall.

Pattern 439 cup front

Pattern 439 cup side

Pattern 439 cup back

Pattern 439 cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 446

The sugar box. Early 'Grecian' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 446 sugar box

Pattern 446 sugar box top

Pattern 446 sugar box side

Pattern 446 sugar box handle

Pattern 446 sugar box base

Pattern 446 sugar box pattern number

The painter has written "426", realised his mistake, and changed it to "446".

The slop bowl is 150mm in diameter, and 90mm tall. 'Bute' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 446 slop bowl top

Pattern 446 slop bowl side

Pattern 446 slop bowl base

Pattern 446 slop bowl pattern number

Again it appears that the painter has written "426", and then altered it to "446".

The saucer dish is 220mm in diameter. 'Bute' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 446 saucer dish front

Pattern 446 saucer dish side

Pattern 446 saucer dish back

Pattern 446 saucer dish pattern number

Here the "446" has been written as such without alteration.

The saucer. 'Bute' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 446 saucer front

Pattern 446 saucer back

The tea cup. 'Bute' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 446 tea cup left side

Pattern 446 tea cup handle side

Pattern 446 tea cup right side

Pattern 446 tea cup base

The coffee can. 'Bute' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 446 coffee can left side

Pattern 446 coffee can handle side

Pattern 446 coffee can right side

Photos © Martyn Price 2020

 

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Pattern 452

'Grecian' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 452 saucer front

Pattern 452 saucer profile

Pattern 452 saucer back

Pattern 452 saucer pattern number

Pattern 452 tea cup top

Pattern 452 tea cup side

Pattern 452 tea cup handle

Pattern 452 tea cup base

No pattern number on cup.

Photos © Len Kling 2018

 

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Pattern 455

The New Oval shape teapot (minus lid) is 11 inches long and 5.625 inches high. Bone china.

Pattern 455 teapot side

Pattern 455 teapot top and strainer

Pattern 455 teapot base

Pattern 455 teapot pattern number

Photos © Robert Hawker 2019

The 'Bute' shape saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 455 saucer front

Pattern 455 saucer front detail

Pattern 455 saucer side

Pattern 455 saucer back

The 'Bute' shape cup. Bone china.

Pattern 455 tea cup left side

Pattern 455 tea cup middle side

Pattern 455 tea cup right side

Pattern 455 tea cup handle side

Pattern 455 tea cup base

Photos © Aili Jurmann 2019

I have seen photos of an 'Unhandled' shape cup in this pattern.

 

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Pattern 460

The early style 'Grecian' shape creamer.

Pattern 460 creamer top

Pattern 460 creamer left side

Pattern 460 creamer lip

Pattern 460 creamer right side

Pattern 460 creamer handle

Pattern 460 creamer base

Pattern 460 creamer pattern number

Photos © Robert Hawker 2019

 

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Pattern 467

The 'Bute' shape coffee can. Bone china.

Pattern 467 coffee can left side

The number 467 is written in black on the base, but I have no photo of this.

Photos © Anonymous 2020

 

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Pattern 481

'Bute' shape cup and saucer. Bone china.
The saucer is 135mm in diameter.

Pattern 481 saucer front

Pattern 481 saucer side

Pattern 481 saucer back

Pattern 481 saucer pattern number

The cup is 84mm in diameter, and 54mm tall. The handle protrudes 18mm.

Pattern 481 cup top

Pattern 481 cup side

Pattern 481 cup handle

Pattern 481 cup base

Pattern 481 cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 487

There would appear to be at least two different colour versions of this pattern. First with pink rosettes between the tablets of the design and a salmon ground, as shown below, and, second, with green rosettes and a straw ground.
G. A. Godden, Ridgway Porcelains (Woodbridge, 1985), p.2, Colour Plate 1, shows a 'Bute' cup with pink rosettes, and a 'Grecian' teapot and tea cup with green rosettes.

'Grecian' shape coffee cup and 'Bute' shape saucer. Bone china.

Whether this is a mismatched pair put together by a dealer, or whether the original purchaser ordered the service this way is far from certain.

Pattern 487 coffee cup and saucer

The 'Bute' shape saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 487 saucer front

Pattern 487 saucer side

Pattern 487 saucer back

Pattern 487 saucer pattern number

The 'Grecian' shape coffee cup is 72mm in diameter and 63mm tall. The handle protrudes 16mm.

Pattern 487 cup top

Pattern 487 cup side

Pattern 487 cup handle

Pattern 487 cup base

Pattern 487 cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 488

The teapot. Bone china.

Pattern 488 teapot left side

Pattern 488 teapot spout side

Pattern 488 teapot right side

Pattern 488 teapot handle side

Pattern 488 teapot lid separate

Pattern 488 teapot filter detail

Pattern 488 teapot base

Pattern 488 teapot pattern number

Photos © Chris at brownpaperparcelantiques 2020

 

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Pattern 498

The trio. Bone china.

Pattern 498 trio

The saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 498 saucer front

Pattern 498 saucer back

Pattern 498 saucer pattern number

The tea cup. Bone china.

Pattern 498 tea cup and saucer

Pattern 498 tea cup side

Pattern 498 tea cup base

Pattern 498 tea cup pattern number

The coffee cup. Bone china.

Pattern 498 coffee cup and saucer

Pattern 498 coffee cup left side

Pattern 498 coffee cup middle side

Pattern 498 coffee cup handle detail

Pattern 498 coffee cup base

Pattern 498 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Willa Latham ~ Gentle Rattle of China 2020

The following is a colour variant as it does not have the Mazarin blue ground to the inner border.

The coffee cup. Bone china.

Pattern 498 coffee cup right side

Pattern 498 coffee cup right side 2

Pattern 498 coffee cup middle side

Pattern 498 coffee cup left side

Pattern 498 coffee cup base

Pattern 498 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Paul Mooney 2020

 

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Pattern 2/1

It has been suggested the central plant is a stylised oak sprig with acorn. A coffee pod has also been suggested, but the stem seems too fragile for that.

The 'Grecian' shape teapot stand is 193mm long and 155mm wide. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1 teapot stand front

Pattern 2/1 teapot stand side

Pattern 2/1 teapot stand back

Pattern 2/1 teapot stand pattern number

Only the teapot stand has a pattern number.

'Bute' shape saucer, cup, and can. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1 saucer cup and can

The saucer is 142mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/1 saucer front

Pattern 2/1 saucer side

Pattern 2/1 saucer back

The cup is 88mm in diameter and 54mm tall. The handle protrudes 20mm.

Pattern 2/1 cup top

Pattern 2/1 cup side

Pattern 2/1 cup handle

Pattern 2/1 cup base

The can is 67mm in diameter and 59mm tall. The handle protrudes 22mm.

Pattern 2/1 can top

Pattern 2/1 can side

Pattern 2/1 can handle

Pattern 2/1 can base

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/5

The early style 'Grecian' tea pot & stand. Bone china.

Pattern 2/5 teapot and stand

Photos © Robert Hawker 2019
Kindly forwarded by Jonathan Dutton.

 

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Pattern 2/12

The 'Grecian' shape teapot stand. Drabware.

Pattern 2/12 teapot stand front

Pattern 2/12 teapot stand front detail

Pattern 2/12 teapot stand back

Pattern 2/12 teapot stand pattern number

Photos © Robert Hawker 2019

 

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Pattern 2/20

The 'Grecian' shape small saucer dish is 192mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/20 small saucer dish front

Pattern 2/20 small saucer dish side

Pattern 2/20 small saucer dish back

Pattern 2/20 small saucer dish pattern number

The 'Grecian' shape trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/20 trio

The saucer is 147mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/20 small saucer front

Pattern 2/20 small saucer side

Pattern 2/20 small saucer back

There is no pattern number on the saucer.

The tea cup is 88mm in diameter and 52mm tall. The handle protrudes 16mm.

Pattern 2/20 tea cup top

Pattern 2/20 tea cup side

Pattern 2/20 tea cup handle

Pattern 2/20 tea cup base

Pattern 2/20 tea cup top

The pattern number is very faint, but it is there.

The coffee cup is 73mm in diameter and 62mm tall. The handle protrudes 18mm.

Pattern 2/20 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/20 coffee cup side

Pattern 2/20 coffee cup handle

Pattern 2/20 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/20 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/27

The 'Grecian' shape coffee cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/27 coffee cup and saucer

The saucer is 140mm in diameter. A neat example of stapling.

Pattern 2/27 saucer front

Pattern 2/27 saucer side

Pattern 2/27 saucer back

Pattern 2/27 saucer pattern number

The coffee cup is 73mm in diameter and 63mm tall. The handle protrudes 18mm and rises 8mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/27 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/27 coffee cup side

Pattern 2/27 coffee cup handle

Pattern 2/27 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/27 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/36

The 'Grecian' shape coffee cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/36 coffee cup and saucer

The saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/36 saucer front

Pattern 2/36 saucer side

Pattern 2/36 saucer back

Pattern 2/36 saucer pattern number

The coffee cup is 72mm in diameter and 63mm tall. The handle protrudes 16mm and rises 5mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/36 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/36 coffee cup side

Pattern 2/36 coffee cup handle

Pattern 2/36 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/36 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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Pattern 2/40

The tea cup. Bone china.

Pattern 2/40 tea cup right side

Pattern 2/40 tea cup top detail

Pattern 2/40 tea cup base

Pattern 2/40 tea cup pattern number

Photos © David Brown 2020

 

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Pattern 2/43

The early style 'Grecian' shape creamer is 155mm long, 79mm wide, and 97mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/43 creamer top

Pattern 2/43 creamer side

Pattern 2/43 creamer lip

Pattern 2/43 creamer handle

Pattern 2/43 creamer base

Pattern 2/43 creamer pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/50

The early style 'Grecian' shape creamer is 155mm long, 77mm wide, and 96mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/50 creamer top

Pattern 2/50 creamer left

Pattern 2/50 creamer lip

Pattern 2/50 creamer right

Pattern 2/50 creamer handle

Pattern 2/50 creamer base

Pattern 2/50 creamer pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/55

Bat prints after woodcuts from Thomas Bewick, British Birds, Vol. II. Page numbers given are from the Memorial Edition of 1885.

Tea pot and stand. Early style 'Grecian' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 2/55 teapot and stand

The tea pot is 256mm long, 135mm wide, and 140mm tall. The tip of the spout has been restored.

Pattern 2/55 teapot top

Pattern 2/55 teapot lid base

Pattern 2/55 teapot filter

Night Heron (p.55).

Pattern 2/55 teapot left

Pattern 2/55 teapot left detail

Night Heron original print

Pattern 2/55 teapot spout

Mute Swan (p.275).

Pattern 2/55 teapot right

Pattern 2/55 teapot right detail

Mute Swan original print

Pattern 2/55 teapot handle

Pattern 2/55 teapot base

Pattern 2/55 teapot pattern number

The tea pot stand is 196mm long and 159mm wide.

Little Egret (p.45).

Pattern 2/55 teapot stand front

Pattern 2/55 teapot stand front detail

Little Egret original print

Pattern 2/55 teapot stand base

No pattern number on pot stand.

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/56

The small 'Grecian' shape saucer dish is 197mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/56 small saucer dish front

Pattern 2/56 small saucer dish front detail

Pattern 2/56 small saucer dish back

Pattern 2/56 small saucer dish pattern number

Photos © Sydney Chewning 2020

 

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Pattern 2/66

'Unhandled' shape cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/66 cup and saucer

The saucer is 138mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/66 saucer front

Pattern 2/66 saucer side

Pattern 2/66 saucer back

Pattern 2/66 saucer pattern number

The cup is 87mm in diameter, and 52mm tall.

Pattern 2/66 cup front

Pattern 2/66 cup side

Pattern 2/66 cup back

Pattern 2/66 cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/81

The egg cup is 2.25 inches tall and 2.125 inches in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/81 egg cup top

Pattern 2/81 egg cup side 1

Pattern 2/81 egg cup side 2

Pattern 2/81 egg cup side 3

Pattern 2/81 egg cup base

Pattern 2/81 egg cup pattern number

Photos © Robert Hawker 2020

 

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Pattern 2/115

'Bute' shape cup and saucer. Broseley style print. Bone china.

Pattern 2/115 cup and saucer

The saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/115 saucer front

Pattern 2/115 saucer side

Pattern 2/115 saucer base

Pattern 2/115 saucer pattern number

The cup is 86mm in diameter and 55mm tall. The handle protrudes 22mm.

Pattern 2/115 cup top

Pattern 2/115 cup left side

Pattern 2/115 cup middle side

Pattern 2/115 cup right side

Pattern 2/115 cup handle side

Pattern 2/115 cup base

Pattern 2/115 cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/134

The early style 'Grecian' shape creamer is 6 inches long and just under 4 inches tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/134 creamer right side

Pattern 2/134 creamer handle side

Pattern 2/134 creamer base

Pattern 2/134 creamer pattern number

Photos © Paul Mooney 2020

 

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Pattern 2/137

'Grecian' shape coffee cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/137 coffee cup and saucer

The saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/137 saucer front

Pattern 2/137 saucer side

Pattern 2/137 saucer back

Pattern 2/137 saucer pattern number

The coffee cup is 74mm in diameter and 64mm tall. The handle protrudes 17mm and rises 4mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/137 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/137 coffee cup side

Pattern 2/137 coffee cup handle

Pattern 2/137 coffee cup base

There is no pattern number on the cup.

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/138

The tea cup. Bone china.

Pattern 2/138 tea cup top

Pattern 2/138 tea cup left side

Pattern 2/138 tea cup right side

Pattern 2/138 tea cup handle side

Pattern 2/138 tea cup base

Pattern 2/138 tea cup pattern number

Photos © Paul Mooney 2020

 

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Pattern 2/146

'Grecian' shape tea cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/146 tea cup and saucer

The saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/146 saucer front

Pattern 2/146 saucer side

Pattern 2/146 saucer back

Pattern 2/146 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 90mm in diameter and 52mm tall. The handle protrudes 16mm and rises 5mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/146 tea cup top

Pattern 2/146 tea cup side

Pattern 2/146 tea cup handle

Pattern 2/146 tea cup base

Pattern 2/146 tea cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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Pattern 2/148

The coffee cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/148 coffee cup and saucer

Pattern 2/148 saucer front

Pattern 2/148 saucer back

Pattern 2/148 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/148 coffee cup base

Photos © Gilda Elizabeth 2019

 

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Pattern 2/151

The early style 'Grecian' shape creamer is 153mm long, 77mm wide, and 97mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/151 creamer top

Pattern 2/151 creamer side

Pattern 2/151 creamer lip

Pattern 2/151 creamer handle

Pattern 2/151 creamer base

Pattern 2/151 creamer pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/154

The 'Bute' shape slop bowl. Bone china.

Pattern 2/154 slop bowl top

Pattern 2/154 slop bowl side 1

Pattern 2/154 slop bowl side 2

Pattern 2/154 slop bowl base

Pattern 2/154 slop bowl pattern number

Photos © Robert Hawker 2019

 

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Pattern 2/156

The early style 'Grecian' shape creamer is 154mm long, 79mm wide, and 96mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/156 creamer top

Pattern 2/156 creamer side

Pattern 2/156 creamer lip

Pattern 2/156 creamer handle

Pattern 2/156 creamer base

Pattern 2/156 creamer pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/161

The 7 inch muffin is 180mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/161 muffin front

Pattern 2/161 muffin back

Pattern 2/161 muffin pattern number

Photos © Willa Latham ~ Gentle Rattle of China 2020

 

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Pattern 2/187

The 'Grecian' shape large saucer dish is 224mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/187 large saucer dish front

Pattern 2/187 large saucer dish profile

Pattern 2/187 large saucer dish back

Pattern 2/187 large saucer dish pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

The trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/187 trio

The saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/187 saucer front

Pattern 2/187 saucer side

Pattern 2/187 saucer back

Pattern 2/187 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 88mm in diameter and 56mm tall. The handle protrudes 17mm and rises 6mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/187 tea cup top

Pattern 2/187 tea cup left side

Pattern 2/187 tea cup middle side

Pattern 2/187 tea cup right side

Pattern 2/187 tea cup handle side

Pattern 2/187 tea cup base

Pattern 2/187 tea cup pattern number

The coffee cup is 71mm in diameter and 63mm tall. The handle protrudes 17mm and rises 5mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/187 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/187 coffee cup left side

Pattern 2/187 coffee cup middle side

Pattern 2/187 coffee cup right side

Pattern 2/187 coffee cup handle side

Pattern 2/187 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/187 coffee cup pattern number

The large milk jug, presumably from a breakfast service, is 138mm tall, 124mm lip to handle, and 101mm broad. Bone china.

Pattern 2/187 jug top

Pattern 2/187 jug side1

Pattern 2/187 jug side1 detail

Pattern 2/187 jug lip

Pattern 2/187 jug side2

Pattern 2/187 jug handle

Pattern 2/187 jug base

Pattern 2/187 jug pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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Pattern 2/199

The 'Grecian' shape trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/199 trio

The saucer is 143mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/199 saucer front

Pattern 2/199 saucer side

Pattern 2/199 saucer back

Pattern 2/199 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 55mm high, and 88mm in diameter. The handle protrudes 16mm and rises 5mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/199 tea cup top

Pattern 2/199 tea cup left side

Pattern 2/199 tea cup middle side

Pattern 2/199 tea cup right side

Pattern 2/199 tea cup handle side

Pattern 2/199 tea cup base

Pattern 2/199 tea cup pattern number

The coffee cup is 61mm high, and 73mm in diameter. The handle protrudes 16mm and rises 7mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/199 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/199 coffee cup left side

Pattern 2/199 coffee cup middle side

Pattern 2/199 coffee cup right side

Pattern 2/199 coffee cup handle side

Pattern 2/199 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/199 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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Pattern 2/211

The 'Grecian' shape trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/211 trio

The saucer is 142mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/211 saucer top

Pattern 2/211 saucer side

Pattern 2/211 saucer base

Pattern 2/211 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 54mm high, 86mm in diameter, and the handle protrudes 18mm.

Pattern 2/211 tea cup top

Pattern 2/211 tea cup side

Pattern 2/211 tea cup handle

Pattern 2/211 tea cup base

Pattern 2/211 tea cup pattern number

The coffee cup is 64mm high, 73mm in diameter, and the handle protrudes 17mm.

Pattern 2/211 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/211 coffee cup side

Pattern 2/211 coffee cup handle

Pattern 2/211 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/211 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/227

This is a curious combination of styles that I'd not seen before in Ridgway.
'Bute' shape coffee can with 'Grecian' handle. Bone china

Pattern 2/227 coffee can

Pattern 2/227 coffee can left side

Pattern 2/227 coffee can pattern number

Photos © Anonymous 2020

 

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Pattern 2/252

'Unhandled' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 2/252 cup and saucer

The saucer is 137mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/252 saucer front

Pattern 2/252 saucer side

Pattern 2/252 saucer back

Pattern 2/252 saucer pattern number

The cup is 85mm in diameter, and 45mm tall.

Pattern 2/252 cup front

Pattern 2/252 cup side

Pattern 2/252 cup back

Pattern 2/252 cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/261

The large saucer dish is 223mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/261 large saucer dish front

Pattern 2/261 large saucer dish side

Pattern 2/261 large saucer dish back

Pattern 2/261 large saucer dish pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/280

The tea cup & saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/280 tea cup and saucer

The saucer is 140mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/280 saucer front

Pattern 2/280 saucer back

Pattern 2/280 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 88mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/280 tea cup top

Pattern 2/280 tea cup side

Pattern 2/280 tea cup base

Pattern 2/280 tea cup pattern number

Photos © Willa Latham ~ Gentle Rattle of China 2020

 

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Pattern 2/286

The tea cup & saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/286 tea cup and saucer

The saucer is 140mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/286 saucer front

Pattern 2/286 saucer back

Pattern 2/286 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 88mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/286 tea cup top

Pattern 2/286 tea cup side

Pattern 2/286 tea cup base

Pattern 2/286 tea cup pattern number

Photos © Willa Latham ~ Gentle Rattle of China 2020

 

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Pattern 2/372

The trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/372 trio

The saucer is 143mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/372 saucer front

Pattern 2/372 saucer back

Pattern 2/372 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 105mm wide including handle, and 57mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/372 tea cup top

Pattern 2/372 tea cup left side

Pattern 2/372 tea cup base

Pattern 2/372 tea cup pattern number

The coffee cup is 92mm wide including handle, and 70mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/372 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/372 coffee cup left side

Pattern 2/372 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/372 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Bonnie Jean Seiwell ~ Lady in Decadence 2020

 

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Pattern 2/405

The trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/405 trio

The saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/405 saucer front

Pattern 2/405 saucer side

Pattern 2/405 saucer back

Pattern 2/405 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 87mm in diameter and 55mm tall. The handle protrudes 17mm and rises 6mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/405 saucer tea cup top

Pattern 2/405 saucer tea cup left side

Pattern 2/405 saucer tea cup handle side

Pattern 2/405 saucer tea cup base

Pattern 2/405 saucer tea cup pattern number

The coffee cup is 72mm in diameter and 65mm tall. The handle protrudes 17mm and rises 2mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/405 saucer coffee cup top

Pattern 2/405 saucer coffee cup left side

Pattern 2/405 saucer coffee cup handle side

Pattern 2/405 saucer coffee cup base

Pattern 2/405 saucer coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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Pattern 2/406

The late style 'Grecian' shape creamer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/406 creamer side

Pattern 2/406 creamer lip

Pattern 2/406 creamer base

Pattern 2/406 creamer pattern number

Photos © Paul Mooney 2019

 

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Pattern 2/415

The tea cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/415 cup and saucer

Pattern 2/415 cup and saucer

Pattern 2/415 cup and saucer

Pattern 2/415 cup and saucer backs

Pattern 2/415 saucer pattern number Pattern 2/415 cup pattern number

Photos © Manel Rico 2019

 

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Pattern 2/437

The coffee cup. 'Grecian' shape.

Pattern 2/437 coffee cup left side

Pattern 2/437 coffee cup right side

Pattern 2/437 coffee cup handle side

Pattern 2/437 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/437 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Paul Mooney 2019

 

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Pattern 2/444

The trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/444 trio

Pattern 2/444 saucer front

Pattern 2/444 saucer front detail

Pattern 2/444 tea cup right side

Pattern 2/444 coffee cup base

Photos © Paul Mooney 2020

 

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Pattern 2/567

'Unhandled' shape. Bone china.

Pattern 2/567 cup and saucer

The saucer is 137mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/567 saucer front

Pattern 2/567 saucer side

Pattern 2/567 saucer back

Pattern 2/567 saucer pattern number

The cup is 87mm in diameter, and 51mm tall.

Pattern 2/567 cup front

Pattern 2/567 cup side

Pattern 2/567 cup back

Pattern 2/567 cup pattern number

The pattern number is very faint on the cup, but it is present.

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/615

The 'Grecian' late-style sugar box and cover is 196mm long and 127mm high. Bone china.

Pattern 2/615 sugar box top

Pattern 2/615 sugar box side

Pattern 2/615 sugar box side detail

Pattern 2/615 sugar box base

Pateern 2/615 sugar box pattern number

Photos © Len Kling 2019

The tea caddy is 140mm tall. Bone china.

Pattern 2/615 tea caddy side 1

Pattern 2/615 tea caddy side 2

Pattern 2/615 tea caddy side 3

Pattern 2/615 tea caddy side 4

Pattern 2/615 tea caddy base

Photos © Jonathan Charles 2020

 

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Pattern 2/620

The 'Grecian' shape small saucer dish is 194mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/620 small saucer dish front

Pattern 2/620 small saucer dish side

Pattern 2/620 small saucer dish back

Pattern 2/620 small saucer dish pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/643 (brown vase)

This is another example of a pattern to be found in at least two colours. For the blue vase version click here.

For some peculiar reason all the pieces illustrated of this pattern seem to be on bought in blanks. The print, enamelling, and pattern number are absolutely right so the decoration was done at Cauldon Place. For examples of factory made cups and saucers see Pattern 2/676 below. For a factory made muffin of the same size see Pattern 2/818. Only the muffin is numbered.

'Grecian' shape tea cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/643 tea cup and saucer

The saucer is 140mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/643 saucer front

Pattern 2/643 saucer side

Pattern 2/643 saucer back

The tea cup is 93mm in diameter and 62mm tall. The handle protrudes 16mm and rises 4mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/643 tea cup top

Pattern 2/643 tea cup left side

Pattern 2/643 tea cup middle side

Pattern 2/643 tea cup right side

Pattern 2/643 tea cup handle side

Pattern 2/643 tea cup base

The 7 inch muffin is 182mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/643 muffin front

Pattern 2/643 muffin back

Pattern 2/643 muffin pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/676

'Grecian' shape tea cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/676 tea cup and saucer

The saucer is 141mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/676 saucer front

Pattern 2/676 saucer side

Pattern 2/676 saucer back

Pattern 2/676 saucer pattern number

The pattern number is partially erased.

The tea cup is 90mm in diameter and 55mm tall. The handle protrudes 17mm and rises 4mm above the lip.

Pattern 2/676 tea cup top

Pattern 2/676 tea cup side

Pattern 2/676 tea cup handle

Pattern 2/676 tea cup base

Pattern 2/676 tea cup pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

 

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Pattern 2/713

The cup and saucer is not numbered but I have other pieces of the pattern which are numbered. I will display them as soon as I find them!

The tea cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/713 tea cup and saucer

The saucer is 140mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/713 saucer front

Pattern 2/713 saucer side

Pattern 2/713 saucer back

The tea cup is 97mm in diameter and 56mm tall. The handle protrudes 16mm and rises 2mm above the lip.
The decoration on the cup is identical to the saucer but the cup blank is not a Cauldon Place product. As with 2/643 above, this would appear to be a bought in blank.

Pattern 2/713 tea cup top

Pattern 2/713 tea cup left side

Pattern 2/713 tea cup middle side

Pattern 2/713 tea cup right side

Pattern 2/713 tea cup handle side

Pattern 2/713 tea cup base

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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Pattern 2/729

The tea cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/729 tea cup and saucer

Pattern 2/729 tea cup top view

Pattern 2/729 saucer front

Pattern 2/729 saucer back detail

Pattern 2/729 saucer pattern number

Photos © Robert Hawker 2019

 

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Pattern 2/739

One of several Ridgway versions of the popular '841/812' pattern.

The trio. Bone china.

Pattern 2/739 trio

The saucer is 140mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/739 saucer front

Pattern 2/739 saucer back

Pattern 2/739 saucer pattern number

The tea cup is 87mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/739 tea cup top

Pattern 2/739 tea cup handle detail

Pattern 2/739 tea cup base

Pattern 2/739 tea cup pattern number

The coffee cup is 74mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/739 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/739 coffee cup top and side

Pattern 2/739 coffee cup left side

Pattern 2/739 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/739 coffee cup pattern number

Photos © Willa Latham ~ Gentle Rattle of China 2020

 

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Pattern 2/1272

This shape of oblong gadrooned teapot, sugar box, and creamer appears to have replaced the late-style 'Grecian' shape ones (See 2/406 and 2/615 above), at some point, for sale with 'Grecian' shape cups and saucers. The print on one side of the sugar box also appears on the 2/1489 coffee pot below. The cup appears to be a bought in blank similar to that used on 2/713 above.

The sugar box. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1272 sugar box top

Pattern 2/1272 sugar box side 1

Pattern 2/1272 sugar box side 1 detail

Pattern 2/1272 sugar box side 2 detail

Pattern 2/1272 sugar box base

The creamer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1272 creamer left side

Pattern 2/1272 creamer right side

Pattern 2/1272 creamer base

The saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1272 saucer front

Pattern 2/1272 saucer back

The tea cup. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1272 tea cup side

Pattern 2/1272 tea cup base

Photos © Tommy Cheatham 2019

 

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Pattern 2/1274

This pattern appears to be a gilded version of 2/1272.

The 'Grecian' gadrooned shape sugar box is 181mm long. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1274 sugar box side

Pattern 2/1274 sugar box handle

Pattern 2/1274 sugar box base

Pattern 2/1274 sugar box pattern number

Photos © Len Kling 2020

 

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Pattern 2/1341

This pattern appears to be another gilded version of 2/1272, with slightly more gold than 2/1274.

The 'Grecian' gadrooned shape creamer is 6 inches long. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1341 creamer right side

Pattern 2/1341 creamer handle side

Pattern 2/1341 creamer pattern number

Photos © Len Kling 2020

 

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Pattern 2/1350

I wondered where to post this since I only have the muffin of this pattern and this shape of muffin was used in conjunction with a number of early cup shapes. In the end I decided to post it here as it is the same shape and size as the muffin of pattern 2/1489 below and the print belongs to the same print set.

For patterns with the same print set see Unknown Pattern 2, 2/1489 below, and 2/1623.

The muffin is 159mm in diameter. "Millnthorp" print. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1350 muffin front

Pattern 2/1350 muffin front detail

Pattern 2/1350 muffin back

Pattern 2/1350 muffin pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2019

 

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Pattern 2/1447

For a pattern from the same print group see Pattern 2/1359.

The large 'Grecian' shape saucer dish is 217mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/1447 large saucer dish front

Pattern 2/1447 large saucer dish front detail

Pattern 2/1447 large saucer dish side

Pattern 2/1447 large saucer dish back

Pattern 2/1447 large saucer dish pattern number

Photos © Gay Jungemann ~ Ruby Lane 2020

 

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Pattern 2/1489

For patterns with the same print set see Unknown Pattern 2, 2/1350 above, and 2/1623.

Coffee pot. Gadrooned edge shape. Bone china.
This does not really belong on this page but is included for the sake of completeness. Coffee pots were not made in all shapes as they were not requested by many customers. This shape was probably used in this instance as is most nearly matched the gadrooned oblong teapots &c. used with 'Grecian' shape cups at this stage.

Pattern 2/1489 coffee pot

Photo © Robert Hawker 2019
Kindly forwarded by Jonathan Dutton.

'Grecian' shape. Bone china.

Tintern Abbey. The large saucer dish is 9 inches in diameter.

Pattern 2/1489 saucer dish large front

Pattern 2/1489 saucer dish large back

Pattern 2/1489 saucer dish large pattern number

Only the saucer dish has a pattern number.

"Millnthorp" saucer with untitled coffee cup.

Pattern 2/1489 coffee cup and saucer

Pattern 2/1489 coffee cup and saucer

"Marble Hill Cottage" saucer with untitled tea cup.

Pattern 2/1489 tea cup and saucer

Pattern 2/1489 tea cup and saucer

"Marble Hill Cottage". The muffin is 6.25 inches in diameter.

Pattern 2/1489 muffin front

Pattern 2/1489 muffin back

Photos © Robert Hawker 2018

 

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Notes.

1. Information supplied by John Harbold.

 

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